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Interpol Joining ICANN’s Governmental Advisory Committee as an Observer

Kevin Murphy reporting in DomainIncite: “Interpol plans to apply to join ICANN’s Governmental Advisory Committee as an observer, according to ICANN. The news came in a press release this evening, detailing a meeting between ICANN president Rod Beckstrom and Interpol secretary general Ronald Noble. The meeting ‘focused on Internet security governance and enhancing common means for preventing and addressing Internet crime’.”

UPDATE: Announcement published by ICANN / May 23, 2011 “A landmark visit today to INTERPOL’s General Secretariat headquarters by top officials from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has provided both international bodies with an opportunity to explore avenues for closer collaboration on Internet security.” News release on the meeting posted here: http://www.icann.org/en/news/releases/release-2-23may11-en.pdf.

Officials from ICANN and INTERPOL, the world’s largest police organization, meet at INTERPOL’s headquarters in Lyon, France.

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