ICANN declared that ICANN canceled two events. The recent official announcement from ICANN. The events which were supposed to be held in March 2020 got canceled. Previously ICANN was to take place in Mexico but due to coronavirus threat, it is going to take place online.
Spring break 2020 is also going to take place online. It is said that all the ICANN canceled two events and sessions will be done remotely. The coronavirus has affected more than 80000 people and nearly killed 3000 people globally. This is another event getting shifted after the Open Compute Project Global Summit revoked due to COVID-19 threats.
Many such events around the globe are getting canceled including Open Compute Project Global Summit. Events are getting postponed due to coronavirus threat. The coronavirus which originated from Wuhan infected more than 80000 people and killed around 3000 people. Facebook also canceled its annual global marketing summit which was supposed to be held in San Francisco.
The event in Riyadh gets postponed
Middle East DNS Forum event which was going to be held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia is now postponed. The exhibition was planned for March 24-25 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The ICANN and the Communications and Information Technology Commission will be investigating and make a decision. The resolution will be done in cooperation with hosts, as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Middle East DNS occasion was for People and associations are keen on the space business and related business. Vaults, enlistment centers, affiliates, web facilitating organizations, Web access suppliers, arrange administrators, brand supervisors, advanced advertisers, business people, protected innovation experts, business and non-business registrants, and end-clients.
Some other enormous meetings, particularly ones that draw in individuals from around the globe, have dropped their winter/spring occasions after significant companies pulled out. For example, this year’s Mobile World Congress, which attracts over 100,000 in Barcelona, was canceled.
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