Applicant Guidebook | version 2012 -06-04 1-2 Module 1 Introduction to the gTLD Application Process. This module gives applicants an overview of the process for applying for a new generic top-level domain, and includes instructions on how to complete and submit an application, the supporting documentation an applicant New gTLD Applicant Guidebook [4.81 MB] (May 11) [14.02 MB] العربية; 中文 [11.36 MB] Français [9.99 MB] Español [8.37 MB] Русский [10.76 MB] Matrix presenting the Applicant Guidebook in full and by module along with Explanatory Memos and Supporting Documents; Archived Draft Applicant Guidebook Versions & Related Public Fora. Applicant Guidebook - April 2011 Discussion Draft. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has published an Applicant Guidebook for companies seeking a generic top-level domain (gTLD). ICANN has detailed the program's various requirements and evaluation processes in the document, in a bid to help firms create their own unique domain name extensions
The Applicant Guidebook (AGB) is an ICANN guidebook describing the entire process of applying for new gTLDs in the New gTLD Program gTLD Applicant Guidebook (v. 2011-09-19) Module 3: 19 September 2011: Applicant Guidebook | version 2011-09-19 : 3-1: Module 3 : Objection Procedures : This module describes two types of mechanisms that may affect an application: I. The procedure by which ICANN's Governmental Advisory Committee may provide GAC Advice on New gTLDs to the ICANN Board of Directors concerning a specific.
. A glossary is included in the reference material available to applicants on the New gTLD Program page. 1.1.1 Application. The Applicant Support Program (ASP) is a program that was conceptualized by the Joint Applicant Support Working Group (JASWG) in order to provide a discount for needy gTLD applicants to ensure worldwide accessibility and competition within the New gTLD Program. Acceptance to the program reduces the application fee from $185,000 to $47,000
Application status will be updated from time to time to reflect the various New gTLD Program processes. Except for the application statuses Withdrawn, Delegated and RA Terminated, application statuses are not final. A change in application status is intended to inform the applicants and the community of an application's current status. A change or update is not a definite indication. United States: ICANN Publishes Updated Applicant Guidebook for the New gTLD Program 27 September 2011 . by Brian J. Winterfeldt. Steptoe & Johnson LLP 0 Liked this Article. To print this article, all you need is to be registered or on Mondaq.com.. CADNA has gone through the latest version of ICANN's gTLD Applicant Guidebook, which ICANN released yesterday along with a new dedicated microsite deigned to serve as a resource for applicants. Below is a summary of the changes between this version and the last, released in May. Deadlines AnnouncedIt has been widely known that the application periodRead Mor Welcome to the New gTLD Applicant Guidebook public comment forum Open: October 24, 2008 (UTC) Closed: December 8, 2008 (UTC) To submit a comment, send a message to the email address that corresponds to the issue on which you would like to comment as indicated on the table below. After you send your message, you will receive an email message containing a confirmation link. You must click on the. gTLD Applicant Guidebook (v. 2011-09-19) Module 6 19 September 2011. Applicant Guidebo ok | version 2011-09-19 6-1 Module 6 Top-Level Domain Application - Terms and Conditions By submitting this application through ICANN's online interface for a generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) (this application), applicant (including all parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliates, agents, contractors.
New Generic Top Level Domains are going to forever change the landscape of the Internet. They are opening up new possibilies for the creation of domains. This new era of gTLDs produces secure and specifically recongised sectors of the Internet. With over 1900 New gTLDs being appied for, Instra have categorized each important application Help. Online Help Keyboard Shortcuts Feed Builde New gTLD Applicant Guidebook Index. Posted on August 12, 2011 by Joe Alagna. It seems that in every large, distributed organization, simple things get overlooked or left out for one reason or another. Basically, things are just hard to find. I don't know if ICANN did this intentionally, but in the latest New gTLD Application Guidebook, there is no Table of Contents. Earlier editions had one.
.g. requiring.. threshold should be re-set at 15 domain names and b) that the. By E-Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org November 22, 2009 Board of Directors Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) 4676 Admiralty Way, Suite 330 Marina del Rey, CA 90292-6601. Re: Third Version of New gTLD Draft Applicant Guidebook. Dear Members of the ICANN Board: This comment letter is submitted by the Internet Commerce Association (ICA) in regard to ICANN's October 4th. Module 3 to the New gTLD Applicant Guidebook published by ICANN (version 2012-06-04) Get the document. New gTLDs have been in the forefront of ICANN's agenda since its creation. The new gTLD program will open up the top level of the Internet's namespace to foster diversity, encourage competition, and enhance the utility of the DNS traverselegal - May 08, 2014 - New gTLD Application Process, New gTLD Issues. Many brands are wondering how to become a gTLD Registry as part of ICANN's new gTLD program. Almost two thousand applicants put in applications under the ICANN Applicant Guide... READ MORE. Legal Expertise. Our category of law blogs are tailored to your specific needs. Please review our content and contact us using.
New (final?) ICANN gTLD applicant guidebook is published September 20th, 2011 · No Comments · Neue gTLDs / new gTLDs. ICANN has recently launched a new website for the new gTLDs and on 19th Sept 2011 and published the latest, final (?) applicant guidebook. The Applicant Guidebook is intended to be a guide for applicants and will be regularly updated as aspects of the process are deemed. New gTld Categories On June 13 2012, ICANN have announced 2000+ domain name gTLD applications. Applications vary from Generic Domain names, Brands, as well as geographic regions , Applicant recognizes the importance of rights protection mechanisms with respect to the new gTLD process, and a key motivator for Applicant's selection of Neustar as its registry services provider is Neustar's experience in successfully launching a number of TLDs with diverse rights protection mechanisms, including many the ones required in the Applicant Guidebook New gTLD Applicant Guidebook Discussion Draft Released, Open for Public Comment 2011, in time for consideration of the new gTLD implementation program at a meeting of the ICANN Board of Directors to be held on June 20, 2011, at the ICANN meeting in Singapore. Some estimate that applications for new generic top-level domain names could be accepted as soon as October, 2011. The U.S. House.
• New gTLD Applicant Guidebook draft version 3 - New gTLD program - Individual applications • Verify policy conclusions: initiate feasibility assessment (cost and time) & new study on public benefit of new gTLDs • Continue work mitigating costs in areas of, trademark protections, malicious conduct, user confusion 10. Three ‐ character and Variant Management • A working team. GNSO recommendations from 2007 resulted in the Applicant Guidebook and the 2012 round of the New gTLD Program. The New gTLD Subsequent Procedures PDP (SubPro) is focused on considering the 2012 round policy and determining what changes might need to be made to the original GNSO recommendations from 2007 and/or implementation. The PDP was chartered and began its work in early 2016. A new phase of the New gTLD Program, once launched, should be subject to a new Predictability Framework, to address issues that arise regarding the introduction of new gTLDs. As part of the Predictability Framework, a Standing Implementation Review Team should be constituted after the publication of the Applicant Guidebook to consider changes in the implementation, execution and/or operations. By validating your mark through the trademark clearing house, you can have peace of mind that you will have the option for applying for your brand when New gTLD names are launched during sunrise period. In addition to this, you can also be alerted about any potential validations that closely resemble your trademark name, ensuring you can be alerted to any possibly IP issues at the earliest.
New ICANN gTLD Applicant Guidebook Released (and More) By Minds + Machines (Sponsored Post) Registry Services for New Top-Level Domains : September 20, 2011 ; Views: 9,245; ICANN has been quiet lately, very quiet. It has been making everyone nervous and leaving the field open to ICANN's enemies, which has in turn encouraged domain industry hacks to resort to long think pieces in the absence. . This version contains revisions based upon both community feedback, as well as recent consultations with the Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC) New gTLD Overview(Application Guidebook version 2) Edmon Chung, DotAsia Organisation. APTLD Meetings @ APRICOT 2009, Manila: 2009.02.24. Background. ICANN Foundational Principles: Promote competition and choice in the domain-name marketplace. While ensuring Internet security and stability. October 2007: GNSO Policy Recommendations. 102 page document. 4 Terms of Reference + GAC Principles for. GAC comments on New gTLD Applicant Guidebook May 26, 2011 - Resolution Procedure, in cases where issues raised in the GAC advice are. may amend the registration restriction in the registry agreement. a requirement that the candidate assess whether domain names that include a
Subject: AT&T's Comments on the New gTLD Applicant Guidebook; From: SULLIVAN, GAYLE C (ATTSI) <gs711b@xxxxxxx> Date: Mon, 15 Dec 2008 18:24:17 -0500 > To: Paul Twomey and Peter Dengate Thrush > Co-Chairs, ICANN President's Strategy Committee > > Re: AT&T Comments in Response to the New gTLD Applicant Guidebook > AT&T has reviewed the New gTLD Program: Draft Applicant Guidebook (Guidebook. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has been working steadily to prepare for the opening of the new generic top-level domain (gTLD) program, scheduled for January 12. Approved New gTLD Applicant Guidebook Maintains Critical Distinctions Between URS and UDRP. June 21, 2011 By Philip Corwin No comments yet. 0. SHARES. Facebook Twitter Linkedin. In a historic June 20 th vote of thirteen yays to two nays, with two abstentions, ICANN's Board of Directors voted in Singapore to approve the opening of the domain name system (DNS) to unlimited applications for new. New gTLD Application Submitted to ICANN by: The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America String: GUARDIAN Originally Posted: 13 June 2012 Application ID: 1-1298-37058 Applicant Information 1. Full legal name. The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America. 2. Address of the principal place of business. 7 Hanover Square New York New York 10004 US. 3. Phone number +1 212 598 8000. 4. Fax.
On November 12, ICANN released the Proposed Final New gTLD Applicant Guidebook which describes the process of applying for new generic top-level domains. The Guidebook will be open for public comment through December 10. All comments will be considered by the ICANN Board at the December meeting in Cartagena where decisions regarding the timing of the Program will be made . Rationale: ISO 639-1 only covers a small fraction of the world's languages. The correct reference.
New gTLD Applicant Guidebook Changes Summarized. FairWinds Partners September 20, 2011. Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Flipboard 0. As promised, we have gone through the latest version of ICANN's. ICANN Publishes Its Proposed New gTLD Applicant Guidebook Nov.15.2010 On November 12, 2010, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) published its Proposed New gTLD Applicant Guidebook for public comment. With this document, its fifth version of the guidebook, ICANN moves towards finalizing the process and criteria for applying for a new generic top-level domain. The. The draft New gTLD Applicant Guidebook (version 2) has been released along with an analysis of the comments to the prior version.The documents are voluminous. I glanced at the revised draft Base Agreement, and it's clearly unacceptable as there continue to be no price caps in place to protect registrants (see section 2.9).. This is a backdoor way of allowing existing registry operators (e.g. ICANN's recent release of the Applicant Guidebook for public comment seems to be an indication—or maybe just a hint- that the much debated new domain extensions may be approved at the next ICANN Meeting in Singapore this summer. ICANN stated that they will collect public comments over the next 30 days and will have a completed Applicant Guidebook ready for Board review at the end.
Deadline approaching for comments on the new ICANN gTLD proposed Application Guidebook. Posted December 4, 2008 . There are only a few days left to make a difference regarding the future of online corporate identity. December 15, 2008 is the revised deadline to submit comments to ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) regarding the proposed application guidelines for. The Application Comment Forum allows you to submit and view comments on any New gTLD Application. Below is a list of comments submitted in this Forum. All comments submitted on this Forum are displayed as submitted and in real-time below. ICANN reserves the right to remove comments that do not adhere t New gTLD Sub. Pro. PDP Work Track 5 on Geographic Names - Update ICANN65 - GAC Plenary - Agenda Item 8.0 26 June 2018 | 3 Work Track 5 - New gTLD Subsequent Procedures Policy Development Process Working Group Annebeth Lange, Javier Rúa-Jovet, Martin Sutton, and Olga Cavalli 24 June 2019 - WT5 Face to Face | 4 Preliminary Recommendations Review Status Tracking Introduction and Current Status 1.
The ICANN New gTLD Applicant Guidebook Online Viewer. presented by Cloud Registry. Module 1 - Intro to gTLD App Process. Module 2 - Evaluation Procedures. Criteria. Questions. Q1 - Q18: General. Q19 - Q20: Community-based Designation. Q21: Geographic Names. Q23: Registry Services. Q24 - Q30(a): Technical & Op (ext) Q30(b) - Q44: Technical & Op (int) Q45 - Q50: Financial Capability. Sample. ICANN has released the eagerly awaited revised draft of the Applicant Guidebook for new GTLDs. This draft document has been released for public comment. As part of its timeline for the launch of new GTLD domains, ICANN's release of the Applicant Guidebook is a critical part of the process. The development of the Guidebook has [
Legal Rights Objections under ICANN's New gTLD Program. The WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center was appointed by ICANN as the exclusive provider of dispute resolution services for trademark based pre-delegation Legal Rights Objections (LRO) under ICANN New gTLD Program. The WIPO Center's administration of cases in this first round under ICANN's Program came to a close with the notification. Amend the gTLD Applicant Guidebook (http://www.icann.org/en/topics/new-gtlds/draft-rfp-clean-12nov10-en.pdf) to reflect paired delegation of SC and TC versions of domain names to one applicant at one time. If adopted, during the application submission period, all CDN applications would identify both th
New gTLD Application Guidebook and Application Fee posted by ICANN. October 27, 2008; 12:17 AM. On October 23rd, 2008, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) released the Applicant Guidebook for new generic Top-Level Domains (gTLDS). This guidebook is the first concrete resource made available by ICANN for parties interested in acquiring a new TLD. The guidebook is. The current version of the official applicant guidebook for the entire new gTLD process is available here. Banner & Witcoff's Richard Stockton will summarize and suggest next steps in the gTLD process in a podcast prepared in connection with the American Marketing Association For ICANN's New gTLD Program, a range of Rights Protection Mechanisms criteria and procedural rules for pre-delegation Legal Rights Objections as found in module 3.5.2 of the ICANN Applicant Guidebook. The WIPO Center subsequently accepted to administer disputes under the ICANN Legal Rights Objection Procedure, and in connection therewith, has provided to ICANN WIPO Rules for New gTLD. Allocation of the gTLD will be subject to the payment of fixed fee of USD 6,250 per calendar quarter. The three-month period to apply for new gTLDs will be opened in a few months, after publication of the final Applicant Guidebook, which is still under review. The adoption process of the Applicant Guidebook can be followed on ICANN's website
Draft Applicant Guidebook for New gTLDs Available Soon Posted on October 17, 2008, 12:20 am, by ICANN Announcements, under ICANN , ICANN Announcements . In the next two weeks, in the lead up to ICANN's Cairo public meeting, the new generic top-level domain (gTLD) Applicant Guidebook, also called the draft Request for Proposal (RFP), will be released The list of applied-for new generic top-level domain (gTLD) strings was announced shortly before the meeting on June 13, 2012. To the surprise of many observers, almost 2000 applications were filed. Also interesting was the large number of identical strings sought by a number of applicants, totalling 230, and involving more than 750 applications (an average of roughly three applicants per. ICANN Sets June Target for New gTLD Program Launch Submitted by Roland LaPlante on Mar 31, 2011 At its recent meeting in San Francisco, ICANN approved a new draft timeline for the launch of its new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) program that will let its Board of Directors approve the final Applicant Guidebook in June 2011, enabling companies to apply for gTLDs before the end of the year Last week, ICANN released a draft version of the Draft Applicant Guidebook for new Generic Top-level Domains (the Guidebook) which sets out proposed policies and processes for the new gTLD program. There are currently 21 top level domains, including the familiar .com, .net and .org domains, and the less well-populated .info, .kids and .biz domains. Under the new gTLD program. We read (or at least skimmed) the 352-page draft New gTLD Applicant Guidebook [PDF] to get to the bottom of what the gTLD process is, how much it costs, and ultimately, why regular users should..
[GTLD-WG] RES: Version 3 of Draft Applicant Guidebook (DAG) - Trademark Protection Mechanisms Hong Xue hongxueipr at gmail.com Thu Oct 8 20:27:59 CDT 2009. Previous message: [GTLD-WG] RES: Version 3 of Draft Applicant Guidebook (DAG) - Trademark Protection Mechanisms Next message: [GTLD-WG] RES: Version 3 of Draft Applicant Guidebook (DAG) - Trademark Protection Mechanism 3 Applicants For New gTLD .Radio File For Independent Review Process Posted on the 04 November 2015 by Worldwide @thedomains According to a press release out today, BRS Media, has filed, in conjunction with two other applicants, an Independent Review Process in accordance with Article IV, section 3 of the ICANN Bylaws re: The .RADIO gTLD and .RADIO Community Priority Evaluation Results By: Jonathan D. Gworek On April 15, 2011, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) released the latest draft of the New gTLD Applicant Guidebook (the Guidebook), moving the Internet one step closer to the availability of new generic top-level domains. These new gTLDs would support one of ICANN's stated primary objectives—the promotio
Latest gTLD Applicant Guidebook Open for Comment. By Duets Guest Blogger on October 9, 2009. Posted in Domain Names -Dan Kelly, Attorney . I assume that most readers have heard that the universe of Internet domain names may be expanding next year. Instead of being limited to a finite number of relatively mundane top-level domain extensions like .com and .org, ICANN is planning to. New Version of ICANN's gTLD Applicant Guidebook Upsets Domainer Community On May 31, 2010, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers' (ICANN) recently issued the 4th Edition of the generic top-level domain name (gTLDs) Applicant Guidebook , which has raised serious concerns within the Domainer community
gTLD Applications Now Accepted & New Guidebook Release. By DLA Piper on January 12, 2012. Posted in Client Alert, International, Internet, Media. Today, ICANN began accepting applications for the new generic top-level domains (gTLDs). That is, as of today, you can apply to run your own dot com registry. Please note that March 29 is the last day applicants can register in the system and. Submission of a new gTLD application requires a deposit of $5,000, and the balance of the remaining $180,000 must be paid before the close of the application period. The application will not be reviewed until ICANN has received the complete application fee. Please see Section 1.5.1 of the Applicant Guidebook for an additional discussion of the fees New gTLD Applicant Guidebook Released: A Domain Name Owner's Guide to Applying for and Being Awarded a New Domain Name Extension. ICANN held a public meeting in Cairo earlier this month. One of the main topics, as the video shows, discussed was the release of the new gTLDs. The discussions centered around the release of the Applicant Guidebook, which is a publication for entities considering.