22 Describe proposed measures for protection of geographic names at the second and other levels in the applied-for gTLD
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Frontier is committed to following Governmental Advisory Committee (“GAC”) advice in relation to management of second-level domain name registrations within the .FRONTIER gTLD as set forth in the GAC Principles Regarding New gTLDs (“GAC Principles”) and other GAC documents. Frontier will (A) block from registration, at no cost, names with national or geographic significance at the second level and all other levels of the .FRONTIER gTLD, (B) follow GAC recommended protocols for release of such reserved names to relevant governments or organizations, (C) follow ICANN policies for potential release of such reserved names after providing relevant governments or organizations with the ability to register such reserved names, and (D) allow relevant governments or organizations to challenge abuses of names with national or geographic significance at the second level of the .FRONTIER gTLD.
A. Reserved Names
The names contained in the following internationally recognized lists will be reserved from registration at the second level within the .FRONTIER gTLD at no cost to the relevant governments:
(1) The short form (in English) of all country and territory names contained on the ISO 3166-1 list (http:⁄⁄www.iso.org⁄iso⁄support⁄country_codes⁄iso_3166_code_lists⁄iso-3166-
(2) The United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names, Technical Reference Manual for the Standardization of Geographical Names, Part III, Names of Countries of the World (http:⁄⁄unstats.un.org⁄unsd⁄geoinfo⁄ungegn%20tech%20ref%20manual_M87_c
(3) The UN member states’ names in 6 official UN languages prepared by the Working Group on Country Names of the United Nations Conference on the standardization of Geographical Names
B. Release of Reserved Names to Relevant Governments or Organizations
Consistent with GAC advice, and recommended protocols previously used by other gTLDs for the release to relevant governments or organizations of reserved second level domains, Frontier will follow the protocol below for release of reserved geographic names:
1. The Government or public authority concerned informs the GAC Secretariat of their request to register the name, and the designated beneficiary.
2. The GAC Secretariat authenticates the request and transfers it to the ICANN staff and to Frontier.
3. Frontier verifies the availability of the name and issues an authorization number that is transmitted directly to the designated beneficiary in the country concerned.
4. The designated beneficiary (the Registrant) registers the name, with an accredited Frontier Registrar, using the authorization number as their authority.
C. Subsequent Release of Reserved Names
Frontier will follow ICANN policies for potential release of reserved names after providing relevant governments or organizations with the ability to register such reserved names pursuant to the protocol described herein.
D. Objections from Relevant Governments or Organizations
In the event that a government or relevant public authority (or the GAC) notifies ICANN that there is misuse of any second level domain name in relation to the provisions of article 2 of the GAC Principles, ICANN shall notify Frontier and Frontier shall promptly suspend the said name pending the withdrawal of the objection by the relevant government.
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