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Re: [ga] ICANN reposesses PN domain for Pitcairn
> While we've been working over here, ICANN has taken its first step into
> doing something to the "country code" registry business: Publishing a
> report recommending that the registry of the "PN" (Pitcairn) domain be
> Jeri Clausing's take:
> IANA's report to ICANN:
Considering that the petition to redelegate was signed by every single resident
(bar the family of the current admin contact) it certainly seems to be a most
justifiable forcible redelegation.
If any criticism could be levelled at IANA/ICANN it would be that it took
around 2.5 years for such a redelegation to happen. In the Internet that is a
life time. However I think the caution with forcible reldelegation is laudable
and applaud the fact that IANA several times tried to get the parties concerned
to come to an agreement before recommending unilateral action.
> It is not clear from ICANN's web page whether the registry change decision
> has in fact been made, or when it's effective from. I hope those details
> will be published soon.
A computer world article at
ment indicates that ICANN have actually made a decision. It doesn't mention
when it takes effect though and the IANA database has not been changed yet.
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