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.
In the 9th number of the LACTLD Report (October 2016), the Board and Staff of LACTLD is presented. In the editorial, Eduardo Santoyo, President of LACTLD, talks about the course of our organization facing a historic transition. Clara Collado LACTLD Treasurer and Administrator .DO, presents her reflections on the 25th anniversary of .DO. Göran Marby, Preseidente of Icann in an interview talks about leadership for a new era. In this edition, the historical transition of the IANA functions is addressed and Carolina Aguerre presents a general description of the LAC DNS Marketplace Study. Information on the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding between the regional organizations of ccTLDs, the Policy Forum held in Washington in September and the LAC Forum August DNS is also included.
LACTLD position on the use of names of countries and territories as a Top Level Domain (TLD)
Given the knowledge of the existing intentions in the industry, to request as new gTLD in the next round of applications, expressions identical to the codes that identify countries or territories, LACTLD members gathered in General Assembly in the city ... Read more
Commercial Workshop Agenda and Extraordinary Assembly
LACTLD is pleased to announce that the Board of Directors has agreed to appoint Mr. Miguel Ignacio Estrada as General Manager of LACTLD. Miguel Ignacio is a professional in Information Systems for organizations and has a Master in Communication for ... Read more
LACTLD Commercial Workshop and Extraordinary Assembly
The organization that brings together the cctlds of Latin America and the Caribean is pleased to announce the realization of its last workshop. The workshop will be dedicated to the exchange, debate and training of the LACTLD’s members. The LACTLD ... Read more