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Re: [dow2tf] Final registrar questionnaire with cover letter

I agree with Thomas's concerns. One thing that has been driving our dates has been a desire to provide value in the workshops in Rome, but obviously if there's no data to share in Rome, imposing an arbitrary deadline is not going to solve that problem.

Let's discuss on today's call.


On Feb 9, 2004, at 5:25 AM, Thomas Keller wrote:

Yes, it has but I doubt that the time available will be enough to get
answers. The questions to the GAC an CCs just went out on Friday
last week leaving not even two weeks to both parties to answer. Maybe
we should consider the timelines again since it doesn't make  awfully
lot of sense to have a data collection period where due to the lack of
time no data is collected.



Am 07.02.2004 schrieb Steve Metalitz:
Has this occurred yet?

-----Original Message-----
From: Jordyn A. Buchanan [mailto:jbuchanan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, January 29, 2004 1:42 PM
To: '2DOW2tf'
Subject: [dow2tf] Final registrar questionnaire with cover letter

This is the questionnaire that I'm asking Glen and Barbara to distribute to the registrar constituency.


The GNSO's WHOIS Task Force #2 is chartered with reviewing the current
ICANN whois policy regarding the collection, disclosure and transmittal
of data.

It would be a great help to the Task Force if you could answer the
following questions in regard to your own practices as a registrar. If
you operate through resellers, please provide whatever relevant
responses you can with regard to their practices, and also please
forward these questions to key resellers responsible for at leaast 70
percent of your reseller volume so that they may respond directly to
the Task Force.

Please return your responses to the Task Force no later than February
16.  All responses to this questionnaire will be archived and made
public, although e-mail addresses will be
obfuscated in order to limit spam.

1. What mechanisms do you use to inform potential and existing
     registrants of the following:

(a) the purposes for which contact data is collected;
(b) the intended recipients or categories of recipients of contact
(c) which contact data are obligatory and which (if any) are
(d) how registrants may access and seek to rectify their contact

2. What mechanisms do you use to obtain consent from registrants for
     use of their contact data?  Please provide applicable URLs.

3. If you offer registrations through channels other than your website,
how do the mechanisms used to inform registrants of the use of their
contact data, and to gain consent for that usage, differ from those
on the website?

4. What requirements, if any, do you make of your resellers in terms of
informing registrants of the use of their contact data, and gaining
consent for that usage?

5. Do you provide any mechanisms for anonymous domain registrations? If so, under what conditions, if any, is the registrant's anonymity lifted, or the anonymous registration canceled?

6. Do you provide any mechanisms to limit the amount of contact data
     made publicly available through WHOIS?  If so, under what
     conditions is access -- if any -- to those data granted which are
     collected, but not made publicly available through WHOIS?

7. Describe any accommodations that you have made to comply with local
laws pertaining to the collection or display of contact information.
Please cite the specific laws.



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