Re: [ga] GA contribution
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Danny and all,
All execellent points here. But not likely what Mr.
Dierker wanted to hear/read.
It is interesting and foolish that "Registrars" were
eliminated for being required to escrow registration data.
It's foolish as the Data Retention Act does require ALL
service providers, to include Registrars, to retain such
data for no less than 3 years.
>From: Danny Younger <dannyyounger@xxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Aug 31, 2007 8:48 PM
>To: Hugh Dierker <hdierker2204@xxxxxxxxx>, GA <ga@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: Re: [ga] GA contribution
>The ICANN Staff rationale for this negotiated
>settlement was already announced two weeks ago on the
>Registrars list -- see
>It's really a lousy decision between two parties that
>fails to address the issues raised earlier by Tim Ruiz
>and Jon Nevett -- see their comments at
>Staff simply took out the word "register" in an effort
>to placate the registrars, and reduced the number of
>names "under direct management" by 1000 -- nothing
>more than cosmetic surgery on the earlier proposed
>The result of this agreement is already in conflict
>with Recommendation 19 in the new gTLDs GNSO Report:
>"Registries must use only ICANN accredited registrars
>in registering domain names" (although, in my view,
>it's a really stupid recommendation that probably
>violates antitrust laws anyway).
>Karl Auerbach also makes a good point regarding
>modifications to current registry contracts; his
>comment is here:
>--- Hugh Dierker <hdierker2204@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> This contribution from the community lacks our
>> input. We have a 30 day comment window on this
>> agreement. Is there anyone interested in leading a
>> group to formulate our contribution.
>> as Chair
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