[cc-humanrights] Human Rights Updates and Potential next steps

Michele Neylon - Blacknight michele at blacknight.com
Thu Sep 17 15:13:31 UTC 2020

Just as an FYI the temp spec is literally that – temporary
There’s no way to extend it

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From: cc-humanrights <cc-humanrights-bounces at icann.org> on behalf of Mallory Knodel <mknodel at cdt.org>
Date: Thursday 17 September 2020 at 16:12
To: Ephraim Percy Kenyanito <hello at ekenyanito.com>, "cc-humanrights at icann.org" <cc-humanrights at icann.org>
Subject: Re: [cc-humanrights] Human Rights Updates and Potential next steps

Hi all,

As for the ePDP report, my hot take is that it makes lots of concessions and at the same time kicks some very important decisions down the road to be determined by a variety of implementers. From a pro-privacy perspective it offers nothing stronger than what we currently have with the temporary specification. I think the strategy to protect human rights on the question of whois access should simply reject the report completely and filibuster as long as possible because the temp spec is just great the way it is.

On 9/17/20 10:39 AM, Ephraim Percy Kenyanito wrote:

Hello CCWP-HR members,

I hope you are all healthy and doing well.

ICANN69 session: The NCSG (through CCWP-HR) and ALAC have had a session accepted with the session confirmed for Tuesday 13 October 2020 from 12:00-13:30 UTC (14:00-15:30 CEST).

The session will explore further work on the SO/ AC Human Rights Impact Assessment Tool that we had discussed in June at the ICANN68 Meeting (we shall share more details as the final agenda firms up in the coming days).

HRIA Tool: Austin and I wanted to thank you so much for your efforts in the refining of the SO/ AC HRIA tool especially since the ICANN 68 Meeting which is available here<https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1yuJuDXh_M9dvVhQWsH1pYS2MEpl-I2dDeSrWLy6rOwM/edit#gid=853107611>: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1yuJuDXh_M9dvVhQWsH1pYS2MEpl-I2dDeSrWLy6rOwM/edit#gid=853107611

Please feel free to look through and make any edits that will make the tool more useful.

We hope that the tool will be useful to all the SO/ACs in their implementation of Human Rights and shall be reaching out to the SO/ACs that had expressed interest in doing a HRIA asap.

EPDP Report: We are sure you have seen the EPDP report<https://www.icann.org/news/blog/epdp-phase-2-team-publishes-final-report> and are aware that it is coming up for GNSO Council vote in the next week. Here is the report<https://www.icann.org/news/blog/epdp-phase-2-team-publishes-final-report> and it would be great to hear thoughts or ideas from the group especially on what key positions ought to be for us to protect human rights.

New Subsequent Procedures Draft Final Report: There is a public comment<https://www.icann.org/public-comments/gnso-new-gtld-subsequent-draft-final-report-2020-08-20-en> opportunity for the report and with the due date being 30 September 2020. Here is the report<https://www.icann.org/public-comments/gnso-new-gtld-subsequent-draft-final-report-2020-08-20-en> and it would be great to hear thoughts or ideas from the group especially on what key positions ought to be for us to protect human rights.

Best regards,

Ephraim and Austin.


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Mallory Knodel

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