During the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) process, the Director of the ITU-TSB published a memorandum, “ITU and Internet Governance” for public comment.
A proposal to create a new IPv6 address space distribution process, based solely on national authorities, was included in this memorandum. As this proposal could have a serious impact on Internet operators and the global Internet community, the NRO issued a response to this memorandum detailing the flaws of the proposal and the negative impact it would have on Internet operations:
The original ITU memorandum is available at:
An updated version of this document is available at:
Internet Industry Responses to the ITU-TSB Memorandum
- ETNO Publishes Common Position on Future of IPv6 Management
- Council of European National Top Level Domain Registries (CENTR) comments on Mr. Zhao’s draft paper on “ITU and Internet Governance” (no longer available online)
- Internet Governance Task Force of Japan comment on new IPv6 allocation proposal at WGIG