[bc-gnso] Invitation to Domain Name Collision Workshop, 29-Oct-2013, Herndon, Virginia

Gabriela Szlak gabrielaszlak at gmail.com
Tue Oct 22 13:26:08 UTC 2013

I am happy to read there will be remote participation.
I will then participate remotely, thanks Steve for this information.

*Gabriela Szlak *


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2013/10/22 Steve DelBianco <sdelbianco at netchoice.org>

>   BC members — I mentioned this on last week's call.  The Online Trust
> Alliance (OTA) has organized a 1-day workshop to assess ICANN's new plan to
> manage domain name collisions with new gTLDs.
>  Sponsors include BT, Internet Identity (IID), Symantec, US Telecom, and
> Verisign.
>  There's no charge to participate, and there will be remote participation
> capability.
>  See registration page at http://gtld-collision.eventbrite.com
>  When: Tuesday, October 29, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM (EDT)
>  Where: Westin Hotel - Dulles Airport, 2520 Wasser Terrace, Herndon, VA
> 20171
>  BC members who are participating so far:
>  Jim Baskin and Sarah Deutsch, Verizon
>  Marilyn Cade
>  Phil Corwin
>  Steve DelBianco
>  Anjali Hansen
>  Join OTA and industry leaders for a discussion on the risk and
> consequences of domain collisions resulting from the delegation of new
> gTLDs.  This full-day multi-stakeholder workshop will review the open
> issues and help develop remediation plans to address the impending risk of
> Domain Collision.  Not unlike Y2K and the recent efforts to address the
> threats of DNSChanger exploit, the business community, industry and
> infrastructure providers need to work together to understand the risks and
> how to prepare for them.
> 8:00 AM Breakfast
> 9:00 AM Welcome - Opening Keynote
>   Setting the Stage – Overview of gTLD expansion, plus advice from SSSAC,
> GAC, and ICANN Community
>   Working Session: Probability & Consequences of Name Collisions
>   Working Session: Technical Discussion – ICANN's Collision Management
> Proposal
>   Lunch & Keynote: Lessons Learned from Y2K
>   Working Session:  Mitigation of Collisions on ISPs, Infrastructure
> Providers & Business
>   Working Session: What Happens After Delegations Begin?
>   Open Dialog & Audience Discussion:  The Way Forward
>   Wrap Up & Next Steps
> 5:00 PM Reception
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