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Deploy360 12 April 2013

Last Day To Submit Comments To ICANN About The DNSSEC Root Key Rollover

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

ICANN.jpgAs we mentioned previously in both a blog post and an audio commentary, today, April 12, 2013, is the last day to weigh in with comments to ICANN about the rollover process of the DNSSEC Root Key-Signing Key (KSK). We strongly encourage you to read ICANN’s request for public comment and the comments already submitted … and then submit your own via the email address in the public consultation notice.  Even if to some degree you are just amplifying what others have already said, that is worthwhile and helpful to ICANN to get a sense of public sentiment among those who care about this issue.

There’s just a few more hours…

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