[council] Policy Issue Briefs - FYI

Denise Michel denise.michel at icann.org
Wed Jun 18 18:17:03 UTC 2008

Posted on ICANN's website at <http://www.icann.org/policy/briefs/> are *Policy
Issue Briefs* <http://www.icann.org/policy/briefs/> about some of the key
activities the ICANN community is working on in Paris and beyond:

Domain Name Monetization<http://www.icann.org/policy/briefs/domain-name-monetization-jun08.pdf>

Internationalized Domain Names

New gTLDs <http://www.icann.org/policy/briefs/new-gtlds-jun08.pdf>

WHOIS <http://www.icann.org/policy/briefs/whois-jun08.pdf>

*Policy Issue Briefs* <http://www.icann.org/policy/briefs/> are basic
introductions to important areas of Internet policy development that are
being addressed by the ICANN community's bottom-up, consensus based,
policymaking structure. They are designed and written by ICANN Policy Staff
to accommodate newcomers to ICANN, as well as ICANN issue veterans who may
desire basic information on an unfamiliar issue.  Translated versions of all
*Issue Briefs* will be available soon online.  We would appreciate your
suggestions of additional topics for future *Policy Issue
*please send them to *policy-staff at icann.org.  *Comments on the substance of
these *Issue Briefs* is also welcome and should be sent to the same email

We encourage people to go beyond these brief introductions (if they are not
involved in these issues) and learn more about the work of the ICANN
community. To facilitate this, links to information on current Policy
development activities are provided in the left side-bar of this
and we have included in each *Issue Brief* URLs to additional information.
We also invite you to receive regular updates on ICANN policy development
activities via e-mail by subscribing to the monthly * **Policy
* (previous *Updates* <http://www.icann.org/topics/policy/> can be found at
<http://www.icann.org/topics/policy/>). To subscribe, simply visit the ICANN
Subscription page <http://www.icann.org/newsletter/> at <
http://icann.org/newsletter/>, enter your e-mail address, and then click on
*ICANN Policy Update*.

Thank you for your interest and participation in ICANN policy development.

Denise Michel
ICANN VP, Policy
policy-staff at icann.org
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