[cc-humanrights] CCWP SG 3 PDP meet tomorrow

Kathy Kleiman kathy at kathykleiman.com
Tue Apr 19 16:52:55 UTC 2016

Niels and All,
I wanted to belatedly share how much we are looking forward to your 
contributions in the working groups -- and second your call below! Human 
rights are a key part of the Registration Directory Services Working 
Group (designed to rewrite the Whois, and therefore looking closely at 
data protection laws) and the Rights Protection Mechanism WG, looking at 
domain name disputes, and legitimate reasons to seize and defend domain 
names (with all of the implications for freedom of expression, trademark 
law, etc). I know the New gTLD Subsequent Procedures WG is revisiting 
rules for future rounds rolling out new generic top level domains.

So hats off to all of you, and thank you. We certainly need your 
expertise, insight and guidance in the WGs now in progress!
Kathy Kleiman

On 4/14/2016 3:46 PM, Niels ten Oever wrote:
> Dear all,
> I hope this email finds you well. Just a quick reminder for the call
> tomorrow. Would be great if you could work on the ToR and agree on it so
> we can get to work.
> One final message that I would like to relay from Kathy Kleiman, and
> this is also something I sensed from Avri and Stephanie: there is a lot
> of work in the PDPs and we need to ensure we won't duplicate. But the
> CCWP HR SG3 can also form a useful platform to relay bite size pieces of
> work to support people in the PDPs, so if you, next to bigger sizes you
> might bite off, define some smaller pieces of work to take on, that
> would help the people doing the heavy lifting in the PDPs, I think that
> would be great.
> The theoretical frameworks that are needed you can of course also
> request from the colleagues in SG1.
> Hope it all works out. I'll also attend but (try to) be in listening mode :)
> All the best,
> Niels
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