ICANN Resolutions » 2004-12-13 - .MOBI STLD Negotiation Resolution
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Board authorizes President and General Counsel to enter into negotiations relating to proposed commercial and technical terms of .MOBI sTLD with applicant; if successful, President shall present proposed terms to Board for approval and authorization.
Resolved (04.__) the board authorizes the President and General Counsel to enter into negotiations relating to proposed commercial and technical terms for the .MOBI sponsored top-level domain (sTLD) with the applicant. During these negotiations, the board requests that special consideration be taken as to confirm the sTLD applicant?s proposed community of content providers for mobile phones users, and confirmation that the sTLD applicant?s approach will not conflict with the current telephone numbering systems.
Resolved (04.__) if after entering into negotiations with the .MOBI sTLD applicant the President and General Counsel are able to negotiate a set of proposed commercial and technical terms for a contractual arangement, the President shall present such proposed terms to this board, for approval and authorization to enter into an agreement relating to the delegation of the .MOBI sTLD.
Vint Cerf moved for a vote on these resolutions and Hagen Hultzch seconded. The Board approved these resolutions by a vote of 10-0 with two abstentions from Michael Palage and Joichi Ito. Both abstentions related to potential conflicts between the two Board Members and participants in this specific sTLD application.