ICANN Resolutions » 2005-05-03 - .ASIA sTLD Application Discussion

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2005-05-03 - .ASIA sTLD Application Discussion


Resolution of the ICANN Board
Topic: 
.ASIA sTLD Application Discussion
Summary: 

Board approves resolution allowing ICANN Staff to obtain additional information from .ASIA applicants regarding their compliance with Section 8.3 of "Principles for Delegation and Administration of ccTLDs Presented by Governmental Advisory Committee."

Category: 
gTLDs
Meeting Date: 
Tue, 3 May 2005
Resolution Number: 
05.29
Status: 
Complete
Implementation Actions: 
  • Obtain additional information from .ASIA applicants regarding their compliance with Section 8.3 of the "Principles for Delegation and Administration of ccTLDs Presented by Governmental Advisory Committee."
    • Responsible entity: ICANN Staff
    • Due date: None provided
    • Completion date: August 2005
Resolution Text: 

Paul Twomey introduced this discussion and moved for a vote on this resolution, Peter Dengate Thrush proposed an amendment to the resolution, and Thomas Niles seconded.

Resolved (05.29), the Board requests that ICANN Staff obtain from the applicants for .ASIA additional detailed information regarding the applicant's compliance with Section 8.3 of the "Principles for Delegation and Administration of ccTLDs Presented by Governmental Advisory Committee" or otherwise report back to the board within 90 days.

The Board approved this resolution by a vote of 12-0. Michael Palage abstained.

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