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Public Suffix List

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Outreach to Registries: added two tech day presentations to TLDs (gTLD, ccTLD) and the OCTO 11 document from ICANN as well as SAC70 from the ICANN Security and Stability Advisory Committee
* ccTLD Tech Day, June 2011 - ICANN #41, Singapore []
* ccTLD Tech Day, November 2013 - ICANN #48, Buenos Aires, Argentina []
* Tech Day, March 2017 - ICANN #58, Copenhagen, Denmark
* Tech Day, March 2019 - ICANN #64, Kobe, Japan
=== ICANN Reviews ===
====The ICANN Office of the CTO (OCTO)====
Members of the OCTO collaborated with the PSL Volunteers to make a document available
that helps inform Registries on the process of reviewing and maintaining their PSL entries.
* OCTO 11 [[user:PaulHoffman]]: "The Public Suffix List: A Guide for TLD Administrators" []
==== ICANN Security and Stability Advisory Committee (SSAC) ====
ICANN has a Security and Stability Advisory Committee [], with the role of advising the ICANN community and Board on matters relating to the security and integrity of the Internet's naming and address allocation systems.
They created a working group which convened 2014-2015 to review the use of Public Suffix Lists, and how to impliment them within software, in security, and in language libraries and other systems. This ultimately resulted in '''SAC070''', an advisory on the use of Public Suffix Lists.
Although it is slightly dated and not current and entirely applicable to the Mozilla PSL, it does contain good practices and advise. Please familiarize yourself with their findings and consider them in your use of these lists. The review included [[User:Jothan|u:jothan]] and [[User:Gerv]]
* SAC070 (In Japanese / 日本語) []
* SAC070 (In English) []
== Links ==

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