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Comments on Proposed FY10 Operating Plan and Budget

  • To: op-budget-fy2010@xxxxxxxxx
  • Subject: Comments on Proposed FY10 Operating Plan and Budget
  • From: Naveed ul Haq <naveed@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Apr 2009 21:45:50 +0500

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ICANN&#8217;s strategic priorities for Strengthening <SPAN style="mso-spacerun: 
yes">&nbsp;</SPAN>ICANN&#8217;s multi-stakeholder model with the proposed 
budget, I would say that for low developed &amp; developing countries with high 
Internet adoption rates, increase in Global engagement budget is quite 
encouraging. The learning experience accomplished through ICANN fellowship 
program has given me a chance to understand issues like IDNs ccTLD, IPv6 &amp; 
DNSSEC and put contributions towards these issues in my organization and 
country. Improving the GAC representation, increasing fellowship participation 
and enhancing global presence would definitely contribute a lot in developing 
economies. Moreover, in view of cyber threats and Internet stability, increase 
in SSR budget would be helpful to address security concerns which may continue 
to appear.&nbsp;<SPAN style="mso-spacerun: 

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