RE: [council] Agenda for ICANN Board Meeting, 21 April 2011
Does that mean existing Registries get to hand pick which clauses they want to
take on from the new Agreements??
When the 2009 RAA was finalized, Registrars had the option of riding out the
term of their existing RAA or signing on to the new (2009) RAA. They did not
have the option of selecting those terms & conditions they wanted from each
Agreement (existing RAA and 2009 RAA). I would expect to see similar treatment
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From: owner-council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Bruce Tonkin
Sent: Monday, 18 April 2011 8:53 AM
Subject: RE: [council] Agenda for ICANN Board Meeting, 21 April 2011
> Can you elaborate a little on what agenda item 15 will cover please?
> 15. Review of Vertical Integration for Existing gTLD Registry
on 5 Nov 2010, the Board resolution related to vertical integration
" 4. ICANN will permit existing registry operators to transition to the new
form of registry agreement, except that additional conditions may be necessary
and appropriate to address particular circumstances of established registries."
Since then some existing registry operators have inquired about the process for
removing cross-ownership provisions in their agreements.
So I would expect a discussion on next steps at the Board meeting.