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SPECIAL: Updates from the ICANN Meetings in Costa Rica

CircleID in collaboration with the team from Dyn Inc. and ICANN Wiki bring you video blogs and updates from the 43rd ICANN meeting in San José, Costa Rica (11-16 March 2012).

Stay tuned as we keep this page updated through out the meetings.

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Update / Mar 18, 2012 — Dyn COO Gray Chynoweth catches up with Rod Rasmussen of Internet Identity.

Update / Mar 18, 2012 — ICANN Wiki founder Ray King talks with Dan York of InternetSociety.com at the Costa Rica event.

Update / Mar 17, 2012 — Gray Chynoweth, COO of Dyn caught up with DomainsBot CEO Daniel Ruzzini Mejia.

Update / Mar 17, 2012 — ICANN Wiki founder Ray King talks with Iron Mountain's John Boruvka and Mary English in Costa Rica.

Update / Mar 17, 2012 — ICANN Wiki founder Ray King talks with Director of Channel Sales Edward Schandlbauer of CitizenHawk in Costa Rica.

Update / Mar 16, 2012 — Konstantinos Komaitis from Univesity Of Strathclyde sits down with Dyn COO Gray Chynoweth at ICANN 43 to talk about special protection measures requested by Red Cross and International Olympic Committee (IOC).

Update / Mar 15, 2012 — Dyn Director of Labs Andrew Sullivan sits down with Dyn COO Gray Chynoweth at ICANN 43.

Update / Mar 14, 2012 — Ray King of ICANN Wiki speaks with David Taylor, partner at the law firm of Hogan Lovells, about if new TLDs will cause mayhem from an IP perspective and predictions on if brands will race to protect themselves in regards to registering under the new TLDs.

Update / Mar 14, 2012 — Ray King of ICANN Wiki speaks with Ken Hansen, Senior Director at Neustar, about branded TLDs and what his predictions are for the total number of new TLDs that will be applied for.

Brought to you in partnership with Dyn Inc and ICANN Wiki. Please add your feedback and suggestions using the comment form provided on this page or contact us directly.

Video Coverage of past ICANN meetings:

ICANN 42 Meetings in Dakar
ICANN 41 Meetings in Singapore
ICANN 38 Meetings in Brussels
ICANN 37 in Nairobi, Kenya
ICANN 36 in Seoul, South Korea
ICANN 35 in Sydney, Australia
ICANN 34 in Mexico City

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