ICANN 63 - Barcelona

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Dates: October 20-16, 2018
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Website: ICANN 63

ICANN 63 was ICANN's Annual General Meeting (AGM) for 2018 and was held from 20-26 October in Barcelona, Spain. This 7-day meeting focused on policy development and showcased ICANN's work for a broader global audience.[1] ICANN celebrated its 20th anniversary with a ceremony and reception at this meeting.[2]

At the end of ICANN 63, incoming members of the ICANN Board and other community leadership positions took their seats, and returning members had their terms renewed.

Sessions

ccNSO

The ccNSO Council adopted the recommendations in the Final Report of the Cross-Community Working Group on Enhancing ICANN Accountability Work Stream 2. The ccNSO Council approved l’Agence de Developpement des Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication (ADETIC), the ccTLD operator of .td (Chad), as a new ccNSO member, bringing the number of ccNSO members to 169. he ccNSO Council established a study group to provide a comprehensive overview of the issues associated with the use of emoji as second-level domains as documented in SAC095.

GNSO

The Review of All Rights Protection Mechanisms in All gTLDs Policy Development Process Working Group held two sessions on policy recommendations and operational fixes to the Uniform Rapid Suspension dispute resolution procedure, which allows trademark owners to obtain a suspension of a domain name registered and used in bad faith by a third party without legitimate rights to the name. Two other sessions reviewed results from surveys about Trademark Clearing House Sunrise and Trademark Claims. The EPDP Team finalized responses to charter questions about purposes for processing registration data and distinguishing between legal and natural persons. The New gTLD Subsequent Procedures Policy Development Working Group focused on Work Track 5 (about geographical names) and streamlining the eventual implementation of new gTLD subsequent procedures. The GNSO Council opted to withdraw the motion of the IGO-INGO Curative Rights Protection Mechanisms PDP. THe GNSO Council voted to

  1. confirm the charter of the Standing Committee on ICANN’s Budget and Operations,
  2. terminate the RDS to Replace WHOIS Policy Development Process,
  3. approve the implementation plan for the GNSO Policy Development Process 3.0 project,
  4. reconfirm Julf Helsingius as GNSO Council Liaison to the Governmental Advisory Committee, and
  5. approve the Recommendations Report to the ICANN Board from the reconvened Red Cross Names Policy Development Process Working Group.

References