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'''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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The '''Contracted Parties House''' ('''CPH''') is one of the two major structures making up the [[GNSO]], with the other being the [[Non-Contracted Parties House]]. The CPH consists of the [[Registry Stakeholder Group]] and the [[Registrar Stakeholder Group]].
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== GNSO Council ==
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Six representatives from the Contracted Parties House are appointed to the GNSO Council, plus one Voting [[NCA]]. Three representatives are drawn from the Registry Stakeholder Group, and three from the Registrar Stakeholder Group.
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====Vice Chair====
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* [[Jeff Neuman]], North American region, Decemeber 2010 - [[Annual Meeting]] 2012)
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====[[Registry Stakeholder Group]]====
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* [[Jeff Neuman]], North American region, Decemeber 2010 - [[Annual Meeting]] 2012
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* [[Jonathan Robinson]], European region, term ends after [[Annual Meeting]] 2011 ([[ICANN Dakar]])
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* [[Ching Chiao]], Asia/Pacific region, December 2010 - [[Annual Meeting]] 2012
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====[[Registrar Stakeholder Group]]====
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* [[Tim Ruiz]], North American region
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* [[Stephane Van Gelder]], Europe, term ends after 2012 [[Annual Meeting]] (GNSO Council Chair)
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* [[Adrian Kinderis]], Asia Pacific region<ref>[http://gnso.icann.org/council/members.html GNSO Council]</ref>
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== Criticism of the CPH ==
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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>
  
 
== CPH and ICANN ==
 
== CPH and ICANN ==

Revision as of 17:04, 25 August 2011

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The Contracted Parties House (CPH) is one of the two major structures making up the GNSO, with the other being the Non-Contracted Parties House. The CPH consists of the Registry Stakeholder Group and the Registrar Stakeholder Group.

GNSO Council

Six representatives from the Contracted Parties House are appointed to the GNSO Council, plus one Voting NCA. Three representatives are drawn from the Registry Stakeholder Group, and three from the Registrar Stakeholder Group.

Vice Chair

Registry Stakeholder Group

Registrar Stakeholder Group

Criticism of the CPH

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.[2]

CPH and ICANN

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.[3]

References