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The '''Contracted Party House''' ('''CPH''') is one of two houses in the [[GNSO]], with the other being the [[Non-Contracted Party House]]. The CPH includes the two stakeholder groups, the [[Registry Stakeholder Group]] and the [[Registrar Stakeholder Group]].<ref>[http://gnso.icann.org/council/members.html GNSO Council] These stakeholder groups represent the companies that enter into contracts with [[ICANN]] to either maintain and operate a [[gTLD]], in the case of [[Registry|Registries]], or sell domain names in the case of [[Registrar]]s.</ref>
  
'''CPH''' is abbreviation for '''Contracted Parties House'''. It consists of the Registrars as well as the Registries and plays a huge role in creating the dominance of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers ([[ICANN]]) in the world of Domain Name systems. <ref>[http://www.circleid.com/posts/registrar_stakeholder_group_gnso_works_against_icann_multistakeholder circleid.com]</ref>
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== GNSO Council Appointees==
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Six representatives from the Contracted Parties House are appointed to the GNSO Council, plus one voting Nominating Committee Appointee ([[NCA]]). Three representatives are drawn from the Registry Stakeholder Group, and three from the Registrar Stakeholder Group.
  
== CPH and ICANN ==
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====[[Registry Stakeholder Group]]====
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* [[Keith Drazek]], North America, Term ends at [[AGM]] 2019 ('''Chair''' of GNSO)
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* [[Rubens Kuhl]], Latin America and the Caribbean, Term ends at [[AGM]] 2019
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* [[Maxim Alzoba]], Europe, Term ends at [[AGM]] 2020
  
The CPH rejected the reporting and review process of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). It was mostly because CPH felt that the regulation policies of ICANN would affect their direct bargain and they will have a limited say in their regulation, which will also affect the Commercial as well as Non-Commercial users of the DNS in particular and the ICANN community in general.<ref>[http://www.circleid.com/posts/registrar_stakeholder_group_gnso_works_against_icann_multistakeholder circleid.com]</ref>
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====[[Registrar Stakeholder Group]]====
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* [[Pam Little]], Asia Pacific, Term ends [[Annual Meeting|AGM]] 2019) ('''Vice-Chair''' of GNSO)
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* [[Darcy Southwell]], North America, Term ends [[Annual Meeting|AGM]] 2019)
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* [[Michele Neylon]], Europe, Term ends [[Annual Meeting|AGM]] 2018)
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====[[NomCom|Nominating Committee]] Appointee====
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* [[Carlos Gutierrez]], Europe
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:29, 11 February 2021

The Contracted Party House (CPH) is one of two houses in the GNSO, with the other being the Non-Contracted Party House. The CPH includes the two stakeholder groups, the Registry Stakeholder Group and the Registrar Stakeholder Group.[1]

GNSO Council Appointees

Six representatives from the Contracted Parties House are appointed to the GNSO Council, plus one voting Nominating Committee Appointee (NCA). Three representatives are drawn from the Registry Stakeholder Group, and three from the Registrar Stakeholder Group.

Registry Stakeholder Group

Registrar Stakeholder Group

Nominating Committee Appointee

References

  1. GNSO Council These stakeholder groups represent the companies that enter into contracts with ICANN to either maintain and operate a gTLD, in the case of Registries, or sell domain names in the case of Registrars.