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  1. Please use the <Edit Contents> menu option (directly above) to complete this form. Remember to <Save> the page (bottom right) after making updates.
  2. Multiple travelers are asked to collaborate as a team in pulling together the appropriate information.
  3. Some information fields are 'richtext' so that they can accommodate tables, links, images, attachments, and other formatting capabilities that may be useful in explaining/describing this proposal.
  4. This form may be edited/saved as many times as needed. When completed, please notify your Program Coordinator (PC) for further processing.

Trip Proposals must be approved within the Organization/Structure and Regional GSE Team at least six (6) weeks before the event start date.
Questions about this program should be directed to: CROP Staff.

Person Completing Form
Name:


Maryam Bakoshi

Date:


06-Mar-2018

STAFF USE ONLY
Application
Status 
Assessment
Due-Date 


APPROVED

26-May-2018

Trip Proposal Section

LINK TO TRIP ASSESSMENT : NCUC Trip Assessment 4 DRAFT

1) Number of Travelers:
(Note: Each traveler uses one trip of the total number
allocated to each organization/structure).  

1

2) Traveler Contact Information and Itinerary:

TravelerEmailFrom
City
From
Country
Depart
Date
Return
Date

Roxanne John

roxybless@gmail.com

Kingstown

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

30-Apr-201803-May-2018
3) Special Travel Circumstances, Arrangements,
Explanations, or Notations: 
(Please identify each traveler, as applicable)

Note from traveler: I am in the process of renewing my US visa so I may have to go to through Venezuela. (in case plane changes in US for US-visa passengers are needed)

4) Event/Conference Name, Title, or Descriptor:

LACNIC 29

5) Event/Conference Dates:
Start:30-Apr-2018End:04-May-2018
6) Event/Conference Website Link:

http://www.lacnic.net/lacnic29

7) Primary Event/Conference Location:
Street
Address:

Hotel Hard Rock Panama Megapolis Av. Balboa, Boulevard El Hayek, opposite Multicentro.

City:

Panama City

Country:

Panama

8) Indicate whether it is a regional trip OR an out-of-region trip.


Regional

9) ICANN Global Stakeholder Engagement Region:

Latin America and Caribbean

10) Activity Sponsors:
(Note: all event sponsors must be identified
in order to comply with ICANN travel guidelines).


CISCO

GOOGLE

FACEBOOK

OATH


11) Proposed Goals and Outcomes:

Content Guidelines (click here)

Type of presentation: Lightning Talk - 5min

Topics for presentation: DNS service operation and configuration

Research and education

Presentation title: Content Regulation and Private Ordering at Internet Governance Institutions


Abstract
An attachment with a draft of the presentation slides or an extended summary of the article/work to be presented. This abstract must not exceed one thousand (1000) words.

IMPORTANT: This proposal is similar to  the NCUC session in IGF2017 and will bring authors also remotely for this debate via video.

Private ordering is common in the field of Internet governance, cybersecurity, and cybercrime. Private ordering refers to governance by means of contracts, markets, or voluntary cooperative networks of non-state actors. The Internet relies heavily on private ordering because it is difficult for territorial governments to regulate effectively by traditional methods of intervention.

Private ordering is used in Internet governance institutions such as the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). ICANN implements policies through contractual agreements and develops policies via a multistakeholder process rooted in non-state actors. Nevertheless, ICANN’s control of the root of the Domain Name System (DNS) creates a centralized “choke point” where control over website content and Internet expression can be exerted by regulating domain name registries and registrars (e.g., by taking down domains or withdrawing licenses to register names). Most stakeholders believe that ICANN’s authority to coordinate and make policy for the DNS should not be leveraged to make ICANN a content regulator on the Internet.

As part of ICANN’s reform process, a new mission statement was adopted which expressly forbids ICANN from engaging in content regulation. Some interest groups, however, often put pressure on ICANN to use its power over domains to become an internet regulator. Most notably, this pressure comes from copyright and trademark interests, law enforcement agencies, and some governments.

12) Additional Information (optional):


 

_______________________________________________________________ 
Acknowledgements Section

Note: The first three elements below should be completed by a Program Coordinator (PC) designated by this organization/structure.

AcknowledgementsConfirmed?NameDateNotes
The participants identified in this application agree to abide by the terms and conditions of this FY18 Community Regional Outreach Program (CROP) as outlined on the CROP Procedures & Guidelines page.

Yes

Maryam Bakoshi

06-Mar-2018
The ICANN Organization / Structure's leadership has authorized the submission of this Trip Proposal.

Yes

Maryam Bakoshi

06-Mar-2018
The ICANN Stakeholder Engagement Vice-President has concurred that the Proposed Goals/Outcomes of this Trip Proposal are consistent with operational plans and/or strategies.

Yes

Maryam Bakoshi

10-Mar-2018

Concurred by Rodrigo de la Parra

The CROP Staff Administrators confirm that this trip satisfies the program's terms, guidelines, and policies.

Yes

Maryam Bakoshi

06-Mar-2018
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Program Administration: STAFF USE ONLY

Approved Travel Elements:

TravelerApproved
Arrival Date
Approved
Departure Date
Approved Fees 

Roxanne John

30-Apr-201803-May-2018


Airfare
Hotel/Lodging
Per Diem

Staff Department Notifications:

Program RequirementDate Satisfied/ConfirmedInitialsNotes

Program Criteria Satisfied

10-Mar-2018

MB

Constituency Travel Notified

10-Mar-2018

MB

Program Admin Transfers from Community Drafts to Approved Forms:

Trip Proposal11-Mar-2018Trip Assessment


CROP Trip Proposal Template (May 2017)

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