The INAIC Council shall not refuse to approve any new
TLD, except for TLDs that might cause technical, legal,
practical, or any other conflict. The INAIC Council
secures the universal resolvability of TLDs in the Public-Root
through First Come First Served (FCFS) delegations.
The INAIC Council is dedicated to promoting the core
principles of the Internet community. These core principles
include the stability of the domain name system, competition
in the market place, and bottom-up consensus building.
The functions and processes, under which the INAIC Council
operates, are fair and non-discriminatory, open, transparent
and accountable to the global Internet community. The
INAIC Council supports and encourages decentralized
methods of Internet governance that provide for the
inclusive representation of the global network constituency.
The INAIC Council does not act as a judicial authority
or dispute resolution body. In the event of a dispute
as to the rights to a particular TLD label the INAIC
shall have no role or responsibility other then to provide
contact information to both parties.
The party making an application for a TLD must provide
the INAIC Council with assurance that the delegation
of a TLD does not violate the intellectual or electronic
property rights of a third party.
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