|Dates:||23rd - 26th August 2009|
|Venue:||College of Economic Sciences, University of Chile,
Crowne Plaza Hotel
|The Current only meeting to be held in Santiago|
ICANN 3 was held in Santiago, between the 23rd August to the 26th August. There were to be many important topics to be discussed over the days ths meeting was held. ICANN 3 followed the same layout in which the two previous meetings were to held, and many of these meetings were broadcast live over the internet. All meetings were held in the same venue, the College of Economic Sciences, The University of Chile .
To date this is the only ICANN meeting that has been held in this state and this country, however with many ICANN meetings planned for the future, there is a chance that once again ICANN will make an apearence in this Location.
This ICANN event lasted for four days, however the meetings that were planned had started on day 2 of the events programme. On the first day, the majority of the meetings were held from the DNSO constituency Group, and subjects of these meetings inlcuded Anti counterfieting interests and also commercial and buisness entitys.
On the second ay of this ICANN event, the ICANN public meeting took place. Menbers of ICANN and of the general public came together to discuss several issues, that were a casue for concern. This meeting featured several reportd form the DNSO, including reports on geographical diversitys, Constituency group information and also a general public forum to conclude the meeting at the end of the day.
On the final day of the event, was too hol the ICANN board meeting. ALtohugh the meeting was for board members only, there was the option to witness the metting over the internet or through pubic observation. The final afternoon of ICANN 3 held the DNSOnames council meeting, which again was open for a public observation.
The Event was reported as a sucsessful event, and a good variety of subjects were discussed during the days of all mettings planned.
A final and complete agenda along with the online archives of the meeting can be found here 
- The ICANN board accepted the DNSO's recommendation that ICANN was able to adopt a uniform dispute resolution policy for accredited registrars for top level domains.
- The ICANN board had also provided guidence towards the implementation and the preperation if the following documents -
1. The registrars' Model Dispute Resolution Policy should be used as a starting point;
2. The President or his delegate should convene a small drafting committee including persons selected by him to express views and consider the interests of the registrar, non-commercial, individual, intellectual property, and business interests;
3. In addition to the factors mentioned in paragraph 171(2) of the WIPO report, the following should be considered in determining whether a domain name was registered in bad faith:
a) Whether the domain name holder is making a legitimate noncommercial or fair use of the mark, without intent to misleadingly divert consumers for commercial gain or to tarnish the mark
(b) Whether the domain name holder (including individuals, businesses, and other organizations) is commonly known by the domain name, even if the holder has acquired no trademark or service mark rights; and
(c) Whether, in seeking payment for transfer of the domain name, the domain name holder has limited its request for payment to its out-of-pocket costs.
4. There should be a general parity between the appeal rights of complainants and domain name holders.
5. The dispute policy should seek to define and minimize reverse domain name hijacking;
- The AT large directors was no able to consist of no more than 18 members, all of which were to be selected by already serving members of the ICANN commitee.
- The Board of directors at the time of ICANN 3 were as follows: Esther Dyson (Interim Chairman), Geraldine Capdeboscq, George Conrades, Greg Crew, Frank Fitzsimmons,Hans Kraaijenbrink, Jun Murai, Michael Roberts,Eugenio Triana, and Linda S. Wilson.