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 ...
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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 ...
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LACTLDs comments to IGF contributions

As a response to the request made by Janis Karklins, Interim Vice-chair of the IGF, of identifying actions and outcomes as a result of the participation in the Internet Governance Forums editions of 2011, 2012 and 2013, LACTLD made its own comments to ...
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San Salvador welcomes the Latin America and the Caribbean Internet community to discuss the routing of Internet governance

The regional Internet community will gather in El Salvador to progress in shaping the regional agenda for Internet governance after NetMundial in Brazil. Representatives of civil society, governments, academia, business organizations and technical community will discuss from 16 to 18 ...
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New incorporation of Internet Society: Raul Echeberría in its executive team.

After the April communiqué in which LACNIC announced that its CEO and co-founder, Raul Echeberría, left his position in the organization,  on 11 June the Internet Society reported the incorporation of Echeberría to its team as the Vice President of ...
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Two more members in our community

LACTLD welcomes two newly members: .gt (Guyana ccTLD) and .tt (Trinidad and Tobago ccTLD). .gy is administered by The University of Guyana from the Centre for Information Technology and was delegated since 13 september 1994. Its responsible is Rayman Khan. ...
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(Español) LACNIC ha anunciado el agotamiento de direcciones IPv4 en América Latina y Caribe

The 10 June 2014 LACNIC announced depletion of IPv4 technology so some restrictions begin to govern for the delivery of Internet resources in Latin America and the Caribbean. It also  activated the policy on “Transfers of IPv4 Blocks within the ...
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Nic Chile innovates with its Arbitration Service

After 14 years of operation last May 7, NIC Chile announced the closing of its Mediation Center. This was owed to the evolution of the .cl domain registration procedures, where mediations have lost their effectiveness. But this is not the ...
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