GNSOGeneric Names Supporting Organization
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For a detailed history of the development process, see GNSO Policy Work on New gTLDs, ICANN.
The current ICANN Bylaws require the Board to accept the decisions of both the ccNSO and GNSO under certain conditions, giving rise to the inference that in some circumstances, competing interests do exercise "control" over ICANN.
Koehler believes the GNSO final task force report, issued in March 2007, which in part focused on the public's access to data and the improvement of notification of data inaccuracy, is an important first step in defining, and then hopefully resolving, whois issues.