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Regulatory Rumblings Archive

August 2013

ICANN is Falling Short of its Mission to Protect Internet Security and Stability

Posted: Aug 28, 2013 2:30pm ET

Name Collision is a major concern for global brands and consumers as ICANN prepares to roll out more than 1,000 new web site suffixes or top level domains (such as .hotel, .buy, .bank, .sucks, and .gripe).

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ANA Requests Extension of ICANN Comment Period on Name Collision Mitigation Proposals

Posted: Aug 9, 2013 1:30pm ET

Today, we sent a letter to ICANN President & CEO Fadi Chehadé asking for an extension of the public comment period for proposals to mitigate name collision risks.

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Don't Let the Third-Party Cookie Crumble - A Guest Post on The Hill's Congress Blog

Posted: Aug 6, 2013 2:30pm ET

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Focuses on all federal and state government and legal initiatives that threaten national advertisers' freedom of commercial speech. The blog is penned by Dan Jaffe, the ANA's Group Executive Vice President, Government Relations, who also heads the trade association's Washington office.