NetMission Insight: Objection & Dispute Resolution @ICANN New gTLD Program

Written by Ahnaf Sadat Zakaria (Edited by Jenna Fung) ICANN stands for ‘The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Number’. ICANN is an American multi stakeholder group and nonprofit organization (ICANN, 2019). It is responsible for coordinating the maintenance and procedures of several databases related to the namespaces and numerical spaces of the Internet. Its […]

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Introduction to ICANN & Internet Space – Xie Loong Goh

Over the past 3 months of Netmission Academy over 7 pieces of training on the topics of internet governance, sovereignty, and rights, it was filled with a lot of inspirations and food-for-thought moments which urge me to write this article to reflect what I see Internet as, from past to present, and to inspire you, […]

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Summary of Training VII: ICANN Policies – Puthineath Lay

After attending the training for over 2 months, finally, the Academy has come to an end with the last training VII on 27 February 2020. This meeting is different from the 6 previous sessions and the content of the last training is about ICANN Policies. As we have discussed and got brief information of ICANN […]

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Being Responsible “With And For” The Internet – Ananya Singh

I’m a 21-year-old girl living and studying in India – a country that has witnessed a sea wave of change in the global internet users’ atlas in recent years. With over 460 million internet users, India is the second-largest online market, ranked only behind China. By 2021, there will be about 635.8 million internet users […]

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