Stephanie Duchesneau

Stephanie Duchesneau

Secretariat, usTLD Stakeholder Council
Joined on January 7, 2014
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Stephanie Duchesneau is a Public Policy Manager for Neustar’s Registry Service department where she manages the development of policy recommendations by the new usTLD Stakeholder Council and usTLD Education Committee. Additionally, Stephanie contributes to Neustar’s Policy Services and participates in ICANN and other policy fora. Previously, Stephanie worked at FairWinds Partners where she served as a consultant to applicants for .BRAND TLDs and led the organization’s ICANN policy work. Stephanie also serves on the Council of the DC Chapter of the Internet Society.

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Save the Date: .US Public Stakeholder Town Hall (April 22, 1-3 ET / 10-12 PT)

.US is the top-level domain for the United States of America. As stakeholders in the .US ccTLD, we all share a vested interest in making sure that .US continues to be a vibrant namespace that reflects the diversity, creativity and success of our people. As the Internet continues to grow and evolve, it's important that the .US domain does too. To meet these needs, Neustar and the usTLD Stakeholder Council plan to hold a virtual .US Public Stakeholder Town Hall Meeting. more

Bringing Multistakholderism Home, .US and the Stakeholder Council

2014 will be remembered as the year of the "multistakeholder model" on the Internet. NTIA demonstrated its commitment to bottom-up, multistakeholder Internet governance by committing to complete the transfer of responsibility for various technical functions -- known as the IANA Functions -- to the multistakeholder community. NTIA called on ICANN to convene the community to develop a transition plan to accomplish this goal. more

Going Going Gone: ICANN Auction Rules Cause a Stir

The applicant community is working its will on the rules for generic top-level domain (gTLD) auctions published by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). But, as always, ICANN is no pushover. ICANN posted the new gTLD auction rules for public comment last month after community outcry over the preliminary rules during ICANN's Public Meeting in Buenos Aires in November. more

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New TLDsPolicy & RegulationICANNDomain NamesInternet GovernanceRegistry Services

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