[CCWG-ACCT] "feasible and appropriate" reliance on market mechanisms
alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca
Mon Feb 1 15:19:39 UTC 2016
Thanks Becky, I and I am sure the ALAC appreciate your flexibility. I
have no problem with the description text being added, and I presume
that you and the other lawyers will come to colsure on its wording.
At 29/01/2016 02:49 PM, Burr, Becky wrote:
>As a follow up to our call on Tuesday regarding the language for
>Core Value 5/4: The language in the current Bylaws reads as follows:
>Where feasible and appropriate, depending on market mechanisms to
>promote and sustain a competitive environment.
>The CCWG dropped the introductory "where feasible and appropriate"
>when we issued the 1rst Draft Proposal. The ALAC, and now some
>additional members/participants, have objected to that change. I
>objected to the reinsertion of that language.
>Based on our call on Tuesday I would characterize the mood as follows:
> * Most folks are indifferent
> * Some folks feel very strongly that it is very important to
> retain the "where feasible and appropriate"
> * Some folks would probably prefer to drop the language, but no
> one feels as strongly as I do about it
>I would propose to resolve the situation by reverting the existing
>Bylaws language and adding the following language to the explanatory
>text of Recommendation 5:
>While acknowledging that ICANN does not possess antitrust expertise
>or authority, on balance the CCWG elected to retain the introductory
>language to ensure that ICANN continues to have the authority, for
>example, to refer competition-related questions regarding new
>registry services to competent authorities under the RSEP program,
>to establish bottom-up policies for allocating top-level domains
>(e.g., community preference), etc.
>J. Beckwith Burr
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