Markle paid for representatives from the American Library Association and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) to attend the ICANN meeting and get involved in the non-commercial domain name holder's constituency (NCDNH) within ICANN's domain name supporting organization (DNSO).
What does DNSO stand for?
DNSO stands for Domain Name Supporting Organization (ICANN)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of DNSO
We have 5 other meanings of DNSO in our Acronym Attic
- Do Not Suggest List (gaming)
- Day-Night Seeing Monitor (telescope system; University of Hawaii; Maui, HI)
- Dealer Network Development Coordinator (automotive)
- Dealer Network Strategy Manager
- Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (various schools)
- Data Network Solutions Network Operations Center (Red Bank, NJ)
- Danish National Symphony Orchestra (est. 1925)
- Defense Network Systems Organization
- Doctoral Nursing Student Organization (est. 1989)
- Domain Name System Operations Working Group (IETF)
- Dänische Nationalsozialistische Partei
- Dansyl Protamine
- Demandes de Soins Non Programmés (French)
- Departamente Nacional de Salud Publica (Portugese)
- Department of National Service of Police (Bulgaria)
- Diplôme National Supérieur Professionnel (French: Higher National Professional Diploma)
- Directeur National de Sante Publique (French)
- Direction Nationale de la Sante Publique (French)
- Director of the National Service Police
Samples in periodicals archive:
The plan adopted by ICANN at its meeting in Santiago, Chile was formed from a report published in April by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and altered slightly since then by ICANN's domain name supporting organization (DNSO), which is the body that forms domain name policy and then forwards it to the board for approval or otherwise.
Then came the meeting of the nascent names council of ICANN's newly-recognized domain name supporting organization (DNSO) at the end of last week, held over the phone and from which some would-be participants were unceremoniously disconnected.
On intellectual property and trademarks, Dyson explains that the white paper asked the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) to look into the areas where trademarks, which it did, and the ICANN board accepted most of its findings, passing the rest on to the domain name supporting organization (DNSO), which will form policy in this area and then make recommendations to the ICANN board.
The other six constituencies that will make up ICANN's domain name supporting organization (DNSO), which presented proposals at this week's meeting, have all been recognized by the board.