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Advisory Committee on Independent Review (IRAC)

Advisory Committee on Independent Review

The IRAC is charged with the recommending a structure for independent third-party review of the decisions of the ICANN Board of Directors.


Advisory Committee on Membership (MAC)

Advisory Committee on Membership

The MAC is charged with recommending to the ICANN Board of Directors a global membership structure that will elect nine of the Board's 19 members.



The Asia Pacific Network Information Centre

APNIC is a non-profit membership organization responsible for the administration and registration of Internet Protocol (IP) addresses in the Asia-Pacific region, including Japan, Korea, China, and Australia.



American Registry for Internet Numbers

ARIN is a non-profit membership organization established for the purpose of the administration and registration of Internet Protocol (IP) addresses in the geographical areas previously managed by Network Solutions, Inc. Those areas include North America, South America, the Caribbean and sub-Saharan Africa.



Domain Name Supporting Organization

The DNSO is an advisory body that advises the ICANN Board of Directors on policy issues relating to the Domain Name System. The DNSO consists of a General Assembly, a Names Council, and seven Constituency Groups. Each of ICANN's three supporting organizations, including the DNSO, will name three Directors to the ICANN Board.



Governmental Advisory Committee

The GAC is an advisory committee comprising appointed representatives of national governments, multi-national governmental organizations and treaty organizations, and distinct economies. Its function is to advise the ICANN Board on matters of concern to governments. The GAC will operate as a forum for the discussion of government interests and concerns, including consumer interests. As an advisory committee, the GAC has no legal authority to act for ICANN, but will report its findings and recommendations to the ICANN Board. The Chairman of the GAC is Dr. Paul Twomey of Australia.



Internet Assigned Numbers Authority

The IANA is the authority originally responsible for the oversight of IP address allocation, the coordination of the assignment of protocol parameters provided for in Internet technical standards, and the management of the DNS, including the delegation of top-level domains and oversight of the root name server system. Under ICANN, the IANA continues to distribute addresses to the Regional Internet Registries, coordinate with the IETF and others to assign protocol parameters, and oversee the operation of the DNS.



The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers

ICANN is a global non-profit corporation formed to oversee a select range of Internet technical management functions currently managed by the U.S. Government, or by its contractors and volunteers. Between now and September 2000. ICANN is gradually taking over responsibility for coordinating the assignment of protocol parameters, the management of the domain name and root server systems, and the allocation of IP address space.



Internet Engineering Task Force

The IETF is a large open international community of network designers, operators, vendors, and researchers concerned with the evolution of the Internet architecture and the smooth operation of the Internet. It is open to any interested individual.



The Internet Society

The Internet Society is the international organization for global cooperation and coordination for the Internet and its internetworking technologies and applications. ISOC membership is open to any interested person.



Protocol Supporting Organization

The PSO is an advisory body that will advise the ICANN Board of Directors on policy issues relating to protocol parameter numbers, which let computers exchange information and manage communications over the Internet. Each of ICANN's three supporting organizations, including the PSO, will name three Directors to the ICANN Board.



Réseaux IP Européens

RIPE is an open and voluntary organization which consists of European Internet service providers. The RIPE NCC acts as the Regional Internet Registry (RIR) for Europe and surrounding areas, performs coordination activities for the organizations participating in RIPE, and allocates blocks of IP address space to its Local Internet Registries (LIRs), which then assign the addresses to end-users.



World Wide Web Consortium

The W3C is an international industry consortium founded in October 1994 to develop common protocols that promote the evolution of the World Wide Web and ensure its interoperability. Services provided by the Consortium include: a repository of information about the World Wide Web for developers and users; reference code implementations to embody and promote standards; and various prototype and sample applications to demonstrate use of new technology.



World Intellectual Property Organization

WIPO is an intergovernmental organization based in Geneva, Switzerland responsible for the promotion of the protection of intellectual rights throughout the world. It is one of the 16 specialized agencies of the United Nations system of organizations.


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