[CCWG-ACCT] FW: Question regarding AoC and "consumer trust"
avri at ella.com
Fri Jan 15 17:20:15 UTC 2016
On 15-Jan-16 12:13, Greg Shatan wrote:
> I would disagree with the implication that any implementation or
> consideration of "consumer trust" beyond new gTLDs is an "extension of
> the Mission."
> That said, I also would not put it into WS2. I would let the CCT
> review team do its work first. After that, we will have much more
> discussion, experience, information and application relating to
> "consumer trust" and how it fits into the Mission of ICANN (albeit in
> the context of the new gTLDs. That will provide a much more fruitful
> and pragmatic basis for a future discussion, regardless of one's
> present presumption about how such a discussion should turn out.
> On Fri, Jan 15, 2016 at 12:03 PM, Malcolm Hutty <malcolm at linx.net
> <mailto:malcolm at linx.net>> wrote:
> On 15/01/2016 15:27, Greg Shatan wrote:
> > I also have to say that I find Fiona's words convincing. When a
> > document (or any portion thereof) is ambiguous on its face, the
> > intentions of the drafters are a key factor in clarifying the
> > ambiguity. I consider the meaning and purpose of Section 3 to be
> > clarified, and I withdraw my concerns about how Section 3 is being
> > handled by the CCWG.
> > To the extent anyone thinks this issue is (or rather, was)
> > enough to derail the entire "AoC" Recommendation and postpone it
> to WS2,
> > I submit that this is now a non-issue.
> Yes, Fiona makes entirely clear that add "consumer trust" to the
> Mission, without specifically limiting it the new gTLD, cannot be
> justified as an implementation of the AoC.
> Since we were only considering AoC implementation and not general
> extensions of the Mission, this proposal is now dead, not only for now
> but also for WS2, I quite agree.
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