WHOIS Task Forces 1 and 2 Teleconference 19 October, 2004 - Minutes
GNSO Constituency representatives:
Should the task force recommendation include consent or just the manner in which the registrants are notified?
The first two sections dealt with consent but that was not deemed to be low hanging fruit but what was deemed a low hanging was:
Steve Metalitz commented that it was making sure that people were better informed as to what they are consenting to.
David Maher believed that compeling consent is wrong, there should be options. Furthermore conspicuous was not a requirement so in moving forward should limit to conspicuous notice.
Jordyn Buchanan proposed looking at David Maher's recommendation as a whole in an attempt to move forward.
"this recommendation is without prejudice to existing policy"
Propositions to move ahead with the work:
" I�m not absolutely clear about Steves statement.
Jordyn Buchanan thanked everyone for their presence and participation.