Latin American and Caribbean TLD Association (LACTLD)
LACTLD is an association created on the 20th August 1998. Its aim is to represent the region´s interests in domain name issues, promoting Latin American and Caribbean integration, as well as becoming a platform for the cooperation and exchange of information and experiences amongst regional TLDs.
On this fourth issue of LACTLD Report we will be talking about Net Mundial and Internet Governance, Marco Civil of Internet in Brazil and Open Data in the Region. Besides, we will be feature the performance of European ccTLDs through the CENTR Awards initiative and will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of NIC .mx. The edition is completed with a report on the evolution of Internet Exchange Points (IXP) in the region and, last but not least, an article describing the landscape and trend of domain names in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Statement from the First Meeting of the IANA Stewardship Transition Coordination Group (ICG)
Finally, the first IGC meeting was held the 17-18 July in London. During this first meeting, the ICG worked on the development of a proposed charter and scope for its future work in support of the community’s development of a proposal on the IANA ... Read more
The Internet Governance Forum of Latin América and Caribbean has started
With an attendance of 150 participants, , from today 16 July until Friday 18 at the Hotel Real Intercontinental San Salvador is taking place the seventh Internet Governance Forum of Latin America and Caribbean: LACIGF 7. In order to promote discussions, ... Read more
LACTLD comments to ICANN’s call “Supporting the Domain Name Industry in Underserved Regions”
LACTLD and regional ccTLDs are participating in the ICANN LAC strategy where similar discussions have taken place with respect to the enhancement of underserved communities such as the Latin American and Caribbean region. Considering that this region represents 11% of ... Read more
IANA Transition and G27 The IANA transition plan was a key element for many during the ICANN constituency meetings. While some of the groups have already identified their participants in the 27 Coordinating Group (G27), others – as well as ... Read more