Jan 282016
Icann Mar

ICANN’s next public meeting will see increased security measures

Three times a year, the Internet Domain Name System’s de-facto regulator ICANN holds public meetings around the world. In keeping with ICANN’s uniquely open governance model, in which everyone can participate, these meetings are free and open to all.

Anyone can register, either online beforehand or directly onsite. Once registered, participants can then attend the week-long meetings and enjoy the endless debates on domain name policy, the extremely high quality wifi connections and the interactions between the representatives of governments, the private sector, civil society, academia, the technical community and Internet users that are all ICANN meeting regulars.

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