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[dow1tf] FW: Question regarding Timelines

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  • Subject: [dow1tf] FW: Question regarding Timelines
  • From: "Neuman, Jeff" <Jeff.Neuman@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2003 21:48:37 -0500
  • Cc: dow1tf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Sender: owner-dow1tf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Sorry you missed the call this week.  Below is the timelines that we agreed

Please take note of the December 23rd date for getting to the task force all
of the materials from the Whois workshops and constituency statements
related to our issues.  It is essential to get these documents circulated in
order to meet our deadlines.  In addition, to the extent there were parts of
the DNSO survey related to these issues, it may help to get those results a

Please let me know if you have any questions.



>  -----Original Message-----
> From: 	Neuman, Jeff  
> Sent:	Tuesday, December 16, 2003 3:29 PM
> Cc:	'dow1tf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx'
> Subject:	Question regarding Timelines
> Glen,
> As per our conversation this morning, can you please forward on to the
> Council.
> Thanks.
> **************************************************************************
> ***********
> Dear GNSO Council,
> I am writing to you as the Chair of Whois Task Force 1 in regards to
> potential time lines to deliver our required reports.  Because our task
> force, like the others, requires not only the drafting of reports, but
> also the extensive analysis of a large amount of data (some existing, some
> new), we are asking your advice with respect to the PDP process.  Under
> the PDP, I believe each Task Force has only 35 days to deliver to the
> Council a "Final Report".
> However, during our call this morning, we all discussed this extremely
> aggressive timeline and came to the conclusion that it would be more
> realistic to be able to deliver to the Council a Preliminary Report at (or
> just before) the ICANN meeting in Rome.  This would be well after the 35
> day limit imposed by the PDP.  Our milestones include:
> 1)  December 23, 2003:  Dissemination by ICANN of all WHOIS workshop
> materials related to our specific issues and identification of
> non-marketing groups that use Whois Data.
> 2)  January 5, 2004:  First draft of Notice to non-marketing groups
> soliciting input on Task Force issues due to the Task Force
> 3)  January 6, 2004:  First draft of "needs and justifications" chart due
> (compiled from pre-existing data)
> 4)  January 12, 2004:  Send out Notice to non-marketing groups on "needs
> and justifications" for Whois data and for soliciting comments on
> "technical measures adopted for preventing data mining"
> 5)  January 26, 2004:  Due date for comments from "non-marketing groups"
> and "technical measures adopted for preventing data mining"
> 6)  February 1, 2004:  Constituency Statements due 
> 7)  February 9, 2004:  Preliminary data due from ICANN, Registries and
> Registrars on "changes to agreements" to implement technical measures
> 8)  March 1, 2004:  Completion of a Final Report.
> We have already formed subgroups to tackle these issues and are well on
> our way.  Even with the Holidays coming up, we still believe that is an
> achievable timeline.
> As you can see there are a number of deliverables that would make the 35
> day limit next to impossible to achieve.  Therefore, we would ask that you
> consider allowing us to deliver the Preliminary Report in accordance with
> the schedule above.
> Please let me know if you have any questions.
> Thanks.
> Jeffrey J. Neuman, Esq. 
> Director, Law & Policy 
> NeuStar, Inc. 
> Loudoun Tech Center 
> 46000 Center Oak Plaza 
> Building X 
> Sterling, VA 20166 
> p: (571) 434-5772 
> f: (571) 434-5735 
> e-mail: Jeff.Neuman@xxxxxxxxxx 

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