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.
.MX celebrates: .LAT signed contract with ICANN
On 16 October eCOM-LAC, in representation of its alliance with NIC Mexico, signed the contract with ICANN where they were officially delegated the operation of the new generic domain in a special ceremony organized during the ICANN 51 meeting in ... Read more
ICANN 51 Los Angeles
More than 2000 attendees from more than 100 different countries participated in the 51st edition of ICANN meeting held at the Hyatt Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, CA from 12 to16 October. During this week, the discussion topics revolved ... Read more
LACTLD launched the Domain name Report corresponding to the second quarter 2014 and market share of regional ccTLDs
Last 19 september, LACTLD launched its Domain Name Report corresponding to the second quarter of 2014. As customary, the report portrays the evolution of domain name registrations in the different registries in the region. But for this particular report we ... Read more
Meet the ICANN Name Collision Occurrence Management Framework
ICANN announced the approval of the Name Collision Occurrence Management Framework by the New gTLDs Program Commitee (NGPC)of the ICANN Board of directos. The requirements for the implementation of this framework were developed using input from multiple sources, including the ... Read more