The ccNSO Council invites the ccTLD Community to join a public webinar on Thursday, 18 November 2021 at 12:00 UTC to further discuss the suggestions regarding what the ccNSO should do or should not do with respect to DNS abuse, in addition to what is already happening at the local and regional ccTLD level.
The workshop will further explore the expectations by the ccTLD community regarding potential ccNSO action on DNS Abuse mitigation, how to organize next efforts, the timeline and next steps.
Date: Thursday, 18 November 2021
Time: 12:00 UTC
Join here: https://icann.zoom.us/j/99571006690?pwd=eGc4dk9hcW0rcHQ0VG1oNXprWVJqZz09
Meeting ID: 995 7100 6690
After the event takes place, a recording of the workshop will be published at the following link:
The Country Code Names Supporting Organization (ccNSO) has organized various sessions on Domain Name System (DNS) abuse in recent ICANN Public Meetings. Country code top-level domain (ccTLD) managers and others shared their experiences with respect to mitigating DNS abuse, focusing on what ccTLDs do nationally and regionally. During ICANN72, the conversation shifted to focus on exploring the potential role of the ccNSO itself. Both ccTLDs and other stakeholders suggested activities the ccNSO could undertake to complement existing work being done by the community. The ccNSO Council will now develop a plan which will be presented to the ccTLD community in early 2022. The goal is to launch the ccNSO activities aimed at mitigating DNS abuse by ICANN73.
Recordings of the ICANN72 ccNSO session on DNS Abuse have been posted here: https://72.schedule.icann.org/meetings/GDebBq5NbTCHRBvCq