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    • CASE STUDY: ICANN/ Internet Governance Best Solutions Advertising Agency Maysa Al Shamy Basim Ishtiaq Omaima Al Senan Professor Mohammad Ibahrine MCM 354
    • ICANN
      • ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers).     It is a non -profit partnership of people from all over the world     dedicated to keeping the Internet secure, stable and interoperable
    • What does ICANN’s do?
      •     “ universal resolvability”: oversees the complex interconnected networks of identifiers that allow computers on the Internet to find one another. Governance and Governments
      • Role of ICANN in Governance
      • Role of Governments in ICANN
    • To what extent can ICANN extract itself from policy issues, limiting itself instead to administrative technical functions?
      • ICANN is fundamentally technical in nature
      • the organization's mission demands a limited role in non-technical policy-making.
      • policy-making responsibilities can't be eliminated completely; but they can be shifted to some other institution.
    • Cont’d
      • ICANN creates policies through participatory processes based on community involvement.
      • ICANN is required to operate  within a policy-making environment.
    • Policy-Making Is Inherent in ICANN's Responsibilities
      • a . IP addresses and AS numbers
      • b. Internet Domain Names
      • c. Protocol Numbers
      • d. DNS Root Name Server System
      • Can ICANN be held accountable?
      • External
      • Internal
      • Thanks for listening