The i2Coalition’s DNS Issues Working Group decides the i2Coalition’s position on Internet governance issues, as well as coordinating the i2Coalition’s engagement with the multistakeholder communities that manage the root and other global functions of the Internet. This is characterized by working most closely with ICANN.
Recent DNS Issues Working Group projects include:
- Public comments on numerous ICANN-related issues to advance our voice within the multi-stakeholder model, including on ICANN Budgets and Five Year Plans.
- Participation in both the ISPCP and BC ICANN constituencies of ICANN, where we actively participate on behalf of our non-contracted members.
You can read more on our work on Internet Governance Issues.
Recent Updates In Internet Governance
The matter of Amazon Corporation’s applications for use of the .AMAZON gTLD has been pending since 2012. While Amazon is a member of the i2Coalition, this issue is of great importance to the i2 Coalition beyond the parochial interests of one company. Indeed, the i2Coalition has spoken on this important issue before. And in the wake […]
Event: Transatlantic Dialogue Part III – The Future of EU-US Privacy Shield: Washington D.C., May 22, 2019
i2Coalition & eco invite you to frame the future of personal data protection on both sides of the Atlantic at our Washington D.C. roundtable. On May 22, 2019 at 1pm, key individuals in government, industry and academia will converge on Capitol Hill to discuss the legal frameworks that could make or break the Internet economy […]
This article originally appeared on CircleID. By Christian Dawson, Executive Director, i2Coalition With the backlash against tech companies gaining steam, we’ve seen certain contrarian members of the media taking indiscriminate aim at companies and issues without due cause. This is what happened when Financial Times columnist Gillian Tett, in a March 7th editorial, inaccurately portrayed a […]
i2Coalition co-founder and cPanel general counsel David Snead talks about the upcoming roundtables on privacy shield and transatlantic data flows, and other industry initiatives.