[council] Competition, Consumer Trust and Consumer Choice WG
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- Subject: [council] Competition, Consumer Trust and Consumer Choice WG
- From: Stéphane Van Gelder <stephane.vangelder@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 22 Oct 2011 19:50:12 +0200
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The CCTC has appointed Rosemary Sinclair as its Chair. Congratulations Rosemary
and thanks for your willingness to do this.
As Rosemary is stepping down from the Council on Wednesday, we have to consider
the issue of Council Liaison to this group. I understand that there are
volunteers willing to take this role on. If that is the case, could those
people please make themselves known.
Finally, please note that a workshop is scheduled on this topic on Thursday
from 7 to 8:30 am. Please refer to our schedule if you would like to attend
Also, the WG has requested that I advise the GAC of its charter. Please let me
know if there is opposition to me doing that, as Chair.
Début du message réexpédié :
> De : Rosemary Sinclair <rosemary.sinclair@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Objet : Competition, Consumer Trust and Consumer Choice WG
> Date : 19 octobre 2011 01:46:25 HAEC
> À : Stéphane Van Gelder <stephane.vangelder@xxxxxxxxx>
> Cc : Glen de Saint Géry <Glen@xxxxxxxxx>
> Hi Stephane
> This email covers a few issues to do with the CCI WG:
> The Group has appointed me to the role of Chair (184.108.40.206 GNSO WG Guidelines)
> and I am happy to continue this work. This will need to be confirmed by GNSO
> Council. Could this be included in the update on the CCI WG for the next
> Council or do I need handle this another way?
> The Group has asked me to ask you about the GNSO Liaison role after I step
> down from Council. I am not sure how you wish to progress this but our group
> has had indications of people willing to undertake this role if that is
> The WG also asks that you advise the GAC of our Charter. CcNSO liason has let
> ccNSO know of developments and ALAC will discuss the issues in Dakar. Even
> though we are not a cross-community WG we are keen to be as inclusive as
> The WG has scheduled a workshop on 27 October from 7am to 8.30am. This is
> after GNSO Council public meeting so we will not be able to update GNSO
> Council with the latest progress but I will make our Workshop Discussion
> slide pack available by way of update for Council.
> If there is anything else I can let you know about please just advise me.
> Enjoy Dakar!
> Cheers for now
> Rosemary Sinclair
> Director, External Relations
> Australian School of Business
> +61 413734490(mobile)
> On 18/10/2011, at 5:28 AM, "Stéphane Van Gelder"
> <stephane.vangelder@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> FYI, see below the message I have just sent Patrik Faltstrom, Chair of SSAC,
>> following one of the RAP resolves the Council approved at its last
>> Début du message réexpédié :
>>> De : Stéphane Van Gelder <stephane.vangelder@xxxxxxxxx>
>>> Objet : Cross TLD Registration Scam and Domain Kiting/Tasting
>>> Date : 17 octobre 2011 20:23:47 HAEC
>>> À : Patrik Fältström <pfaltstr@xxxxxxxxx>
>>> Hi Patrik,
>>> At its meeting on 6 October, in follow up to the recommendations of the
>>> Registration Abuse Policies Working Group, the GNSO Council tasked me as
>>> Chair, with regards to the recommendations on cross-TLD Registration Scam
>>> and Domain Kiting/Tasting, to communicate to the Security and Stability
>>> Advisory Committee (SSAC) the findings of the RAP WG in this regard and
>>> request that the SSAC consider evaluating and/or monitoring these abuses.
>>> If the SSAC elects to conduct this work, the GNSO Council requests that the
>>> SSAC inform the GNSO Council if it believes that further policy work by the
>>> GNSO Council should be undertaken to address these two types of abuse'.
>>> For your information, you will find attached to this message the findings
>>> of the RAP Working Group in relation to these issues.
>>> Please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to discussing
>>> this with you in Dakar if required.
>> <Cross TLD Registration Scam - Domain Kiting - 10 October 2011.doc>