[AfrICANN-discuss] [fellowships-alumni] Weekly web review : Cyberpolitics, Iana transition, ICANN 57, domain name, data protection

Mamadou LO alfamamadou at hotmail.com
Fri May 20 17:34:53 UTC 2016

Thanks Rosalia for the correction!

Subject: Re: [fellowships-alumni] Weekly web review : Cyberpolitics, Iana transition, ICANN 57, domain name, data protection
From: rosalia.morales at nic.cr
Date: Fri, 20 May 2016 11:17:23 -0600
CC: africann at afrinic.net; fellowships-alumni at icann.org; ncsg-discuss at listserv.syr.edu; outreach_com_2015 at intgovforum.org
To: alfamamadou at hotmail.com

Thanks for the info Mamadou. Just a minor correction, the ICANN 57 was relocated from San Juan (PUERTO RICO) not Costa Rica. Best,Rosalía

On May 20, 2016, at 11:00 AM, Mamadou LO <alfamamadou at hotmail.com> wrote:SUMMARY

This week, cyberpolitics with US government reportedly warning from China pursuing new registration rules for domain names. Regarding ICANN, debate on IANA stewardship transition continues as republicans in Congress are again accused to block plan to hand off oversight of the internet domain name system. Otherwise, ICANN 57 meeting is relocated from San Juan (Costa Rica) to Hyderabad (India). 
Below, informations on those subjects as well as documents on domain name, data protection etc..

See weekly review in full here


Mamadou LO
Chef du Département Communication et Information Documentaire
Head of Communication and Information Department
Crédit Agricole Sénégal
Tel : 221 77 645 59 57
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