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* On December 30, 2021, in a [[CircleID]] [https://circleid.com/posts/20211230-icannas-accountability-mechanisms-in-name-only blog post],  [[Jeff Neuman]] questioned the practicality of [[ICANN]]’s [[ICANN Accountability|Accountability Mechanisms]], called for ICANN's Whistleblower Policy to extend to persons other than [[:Category:ICANN Staff|employees of ICANN]], and accused ICANN of retaliating against [[.hiphop|DHH]] for filing an Urgent Reconsideration Request citing [[ICANN Organization|ICANN staff]]'s inaction in responding to its Assignment Request for the .hiphop [[Registry Agreement]]. ICANN has paused any further consideration of DHH’s Assignment request pending the outcome of the Reconsideration Request by the [[ICANN Board]] Accountability Mechanisms Committee (BAMC).  
 
* On December 30, 2021, in a [[CircleID]] [https://circleid.com/posts/20211230-icannas-accountability-mechanisms-in-name-only blog post],  [[Jeff Neuman]] questioned the practicality of [[ICANN]]’s [[ICANN Accountability|Accountability Mechanisms]], called for ICANN's Whistleblower Policy to extend to persons other than [[:Category:ICANN Staff|employees of ICANN]], and accused ICANN of retaliating against [[.hiphop|DHH]] for filing an Urgent Reconsideration Request citing [[ICANN Organization|ICANN staff]]'s inaction in responding to its Assignment Request for the .hiphop [[Registry Agreement]]. ICANN has paused any further consideration of DHH’s Assignment request pending the outcome of the Reconsideration Request by the [[ICANN Board]] Accountability Mechanisms Committee (BAMC).  
 
* On January 5, 2022, [[ICANN]] [https://www.icann.org/en/blogs/details/relying-on-icann-community-developed-processes-for-a-safe-secure-internet-5-1-2022-en responded] to the .hiphop situation, and the [[Uniregistry#April 2021 - Combined TLD and Ethereum Name Service Token Auctions|Uniregistry assignments]] generally.  
 
* On January 5, 2022, [[ICANN]] [https://www.icann.org/en/blogs/details/relying-on-icann-community-developed-processes-for-a-safe-secure-internet-5-1-2022-en responded] to the .hiphop situation, and the [[Uniregistry#April 2021 - Combined TLD and Ethereum Name Service Token Auctions|Uniregistry assignments]] generally.  
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* On January 10, 2022, [[Monte Cahn]], the President of [[Right of the Dot]], founder and former CEO of [[Moniker]], and former President of [[SnapNames]] [https://finance.yahoo.com/news/domain-name-pioneer-monte-cahn-171100339.html announced] his partnership with Neuman and Digital Asset Monetary Network to become the registry operator for .hiphop.
 
* On January 13, 2022, DHH [https://www.jjnsolutions.com/post/dot-hip-hop-withdraws-icann-reconsideration-request-and-corrects-the-record sent a letter] withdrawing its reconsideration request and posting rebuttals to ICANN's blog post as it related to [[.hiphop]].  
 
* On January 13, 2022, DHH [https://www.jjnsolutions.com/post/dot-hip-hop-withdraws-icann-reconsideration-request-and-corrects-the-record sent a letter] withdrawing its reconsideration request and posting rebuttals to ICANN's blog post as it related to [[.hiphop]].  
* On January 10, 2022, [[Monte Cahn]], the President of [[Right of the Dot]], founder and former CEO of [[Moniker]], and former President of [[SnapNames]] [https://finance.yahoo.com/news/domain-name-pioneer-monte-cahn-171100339.html announced] his partnership with Neuman and Digital Asset Monetary Network to become the registry operator for .hiphop.
 
  
 
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