NIC.ve became the 15th client of the collaborative network. Thus, the LACTLD project has the participation of more than 50% of its associate members.
In order to inform policy developments and discussions, the Association of Latin American and the Caribbean ccTLDs has published its report on the latest ICANN Public Meeting held virtually between March 22 and 25.
The focus of this third article in the collection is the role of public policies in this context. Raúl Echeberría, ALAI’s Executive Director, and specialists from eLAC-CEPAL’s Technical Secretariat reflect and discuss this issue.
As part of the update meeting on the last day of ICANN70, the Council of the Country Code Names Supporting Organization appointed new members to its leadership team: Alejandra Reynoso, Pablo Rodriguez and Jordan Carter.
For the second article of this collection, Raúl Echeberría, ALAI’s Executive Director, and specialists from eLAC-CEPAL’s Technical Secretariat talk about the uneven impact of digital growth.
Pablo Rodríguez (NIC Puerto Rico – .PR), José Ernesto Grimaldo Tijerina (NIC Mexico – .MX) and Javier Pérez Sandoval (.CO) will coordinate the Policy and Legal Working Group, the Commercial Working Group and the Technical Working Group, respectively.
The pandemic and the acceleration of digital transformation: An acceleration forced by the circumstances
For this collection of articles, LACTLD presents three complementary approaches to understand the impact the pandemic has had on the acceleration of digital transformation in the region. On this occasion, the acceleration forced by the circumstances of the pandemic is discussed.
Erick Iriarte reveals and analyzes the results of the survey conducted by the Association’s Policy and Legal Working Group, which studies the state of the region in terms of personal data protection regulations and the impact of these regulations on the operation of the various ccTLD members of LACTLD.
NIC Mexico appointed its new CEO, Ernesto Bojórquez, who was in charge for 15 years of the Commercial area and was also President of LACTLD for two terms.
The .AI Registry joined the regional Anycast Cloud community, bringing the number of clients in the collaborative network to 14.
The Guatemala Internet Exchange Point (IXP.GT) brings the 12th node to the LACTLD Anycast Cloud. This brings the collaborative network to a total of 12 nodes and 13 clients.
Interview with Isabel Cristina de Ávila Benítez, .CO Domain and MinTIC’s Internet Governance Manager
In this interview, Isabel Cristina de Ávila Benítez shares with us her point of view about Internet’s relevance in society, the digital world and digital transformation, and the importance of the .CO domain in all of them.