Question: What do you think favourably differentiates your bid from the 10 others?
At a time when there is legitimate pressure for the international non-commercial dot-org community to run the dot-org domain, UIA / Diversitas is both non-profit and non-US-based -- one of the two bids so distinguished.
President and CEO
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
4676 Admiralty Way, Suite 330
Marina del Rey, CA 90292-6601
29 August 2002
Dear Mr Lynn,
We appreciate the opportunity to comment on ICANN’s preliminary staff report and the related assessments of the .org bids by the various evaluation teams.
Reassignment of the .ORG top-level domain
Submitted to Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers
UIA’s qualifications for its Diversitas proposal
Apolitical clearing house and respected custodian of civil society information, headquartered in Brussels for over 90 years.
Authoritative registry of non-profits (explicitly endorsed by UN/ECOSOC Resolution 334B (XI), 20 July 1950).
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Project date: 2001-2002
Union of International Associations (UIA) Proposal to Operate the .ORG Internet Domain
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