Re: [whois-sc] DRAFT 4 of Task force 2
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- Subject: Re: [whois-sc] DRAFT 4 of Task force 2
- From: "Milton Mueller" <Mueller@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2003 18:17:29 -0400
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>>> Thomas Roessler <roessler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 10/17/03 12:27PM >>>
>Minimizing data elements under the constraint that contactability be
>maintained is a clear task that can be addressed in a rational
>policy discussion; the balance that you allude to in the second part
>of your message is captured quite well by that language.
Yes, I agree.
Let me reiterate that this is just a terms of reference,
not a policy.
The issue of what constitutes acceptable levels
of contactibility is to be determined by the Task Force. I
don't see how that determination is prejudiced by words
asking what data elements are absolutely required
for contactibility. I do believe that it is prejudiced by shifting
the standard to "optimizing contactibility." If we wanted to
optimize contactibility we needn't worry about privacy