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====External Forces: Governments, International Agreements, & Emergencies====
 
====External Forces: Governments, International Agreements, & Emergencies====
* [[EURALO]] hosted a policy session on issues facing ICANN and other Internet Governance bodies in time of emergency.<ref>[https://74.schedule.icann.org/meetings/khmnpDKfTLdvkpCCm ICANN 74 Archive - At-Large EURALO Policy: Internet Governance and Multistakeholderism in Times of Emergency], June 16, 2022</ref>
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* [[EURALO]] hosted a session on legislative and regulatory developments in the EU and how they impact the DNS.<ref>[https://74.schedule.icann.org/meetings/javiEh2kZqtc995vo ICANN 74 Archive - At-Large EURALO: Laws and Regulations in the European Union], June 14, 2022</ref>
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** [[Pari Esfandiari]] set the stage for the discussion, noting the critical EU initiatives that were announced in December 2020:
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*** Communication on the EU's Cybersecurity Strategy for the Digital Decade, including the [[DNS4EU]] initiative and developing resilience of critical entities, including a contingency plan for the root;
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*** [[Revision of the Directive on the Security of Network and Information Systems]] (NIS 2); and
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** Esfandiari noted that "the devil is in the details" on all of these objectives and initiatives, noting particularly that revisions to Article 23 under NIS 2 were critical to the ICANN community.
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** [[Elena Plexida]] described ICANN's view on the EU's efforts described above:
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*** Related to DNS4EU, Plexida noted that the EU was concerned about market consolidation of public resolvers. However, ICANN's study on the existing public resolvers within the EU revealed that roughly 96% of the Internet queries within the Eu are reliant on an in-country ISP resolver. Google and Cloudflare, the particular points of concern for the EU, represented only about 2% of the resolver usage. ICANN's conclusion was that there was no indication that the market was contracting.
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*** On NIS 2, Plexida stated that ICANN org's attention was focused on the scope of application of the regulations on the DNS, and the registration data provisions of Article 23.
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* [[EURALO]] also hosted a policy session on issues facing ICANN and other Internet Governance bodies in time of emergency.<ref>[https://74.schedule.icann.org/meetings/khmnpDKfTLdvkpCCm ICANN 74 Archive - At-Large EURALO Policy: Internet Governance and Multistakeholderism in Times of Emergency], June 16, 2022</ref>
    
====Name Collision====  
 
====Name Collision====  
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