[bc-gnso] BC Intervention at SSR session in Durban

Steve DelBianco sdelbianco at netchoice.org
Wed Jul 17 10:43:50 UTC 2013

There was an update session on Security, Stability, and Resiliency (SSR) this morning, where InterIsle presented some of the results of their study of name collisions.

Session page here<http://durban47.icann.org/node/39759> and here are the presentations:

Certificates, Revocation and the new gTLD's Oh My!<http://durban47.icann.org/meetings/durban2013/presentation-certificates-revocation-17jul13-en.pdf>
Name Collision in the DNS | Interisle Study Update<http://durban47.icann.org/meetings/durban2013/presentation-dns-name-collision-17jul13-en.pdf>

Here's the digicert letter advocating that .corp not be delegated:

For the BC, I made this intervention:
This session was a remarkable improvement on the SSR session in Beijing.  We’ve moved from Denial and Defensiveness, to Data and Discovery.  Now its time for discussion and debate.   Asked Jeff Moss what he’ll now tell his CEO to say as he travels the world. Fadi been saying there are no significant SSR issues. Is that still the message after seeing this data?
Moss said the company line is that ICANN will not do anything to undermine SSR.  If there’s a showstopper…  Deadlines can be moved…
I said the data indicates it’s more fine-grained than that.  Maybe you don’t have to “stop the show”, but rather keep some actors off the stage until they get their issues resolved.

Steve DelBianco
Executive Director
http://www.NetChoice.org and http://blog.netchoice.org

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