ICANN Resolutions » 2002-08-23 - Reconsideration Requests

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2002-08-23 - Reconsideration Requests


Resolution of the ICANN Board
Topic: 
Reconsideration Requests
Summary: 

Board adopts Reconsideration Committee's Recommendation RC 02-1 that the domain name pops.int should be registered to the Interim Secretariat for the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants and also adopts Reconsideration Committee's recommendation that no action be taken on reconsideration request 02-4.

Category: 
Internet Protocols
Meeting Date: 
周五, 23 八月 2002
Resolution Number: 
02.98, 02.99
Status: 
Complete
Implementation Actions: 
  • Register the domain name pops.int to the Interim Secretariat for the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants.
    • Responsible entity: IANA Functions Department
    • Due date: None specified
    • Completion date: August 2002
Resolution Text: 

RESOLVED [02.98] that the Reconsideration Committee's Recommendation RC 02-1 is adopted for the reasons stated in that recommendation. The domain name pops.int should be registered to the Interim Secretariat for the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants, subject to re-evaluation in the event that the Stockholm Convention does not enter into force within four years after the registration is made.

RESOLVED [02.99] that the Reconsideration Committee's Recommendation RC 02-4 is adopted for the reasons stated in that recommendation.

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