[Gnso-ppsai-pdp-wg] Following up today's discussion on transferring names

Volker Greimann vgreimann at key-systems.net
Tue Apr 15 15:40:58 UTC 2014


maybe one clarification. The reactions I described (Whois inaccuracy 
complaints, etc) only apply to unauthorized transfers. We have on one 
occasion allowed a customer to transfer with the service intact, 
provided they confirmed that they would update the whois within 5 days 
after the transfer (which we then manually checked). In that case we 
also confirmed that the domain was not visibly used for nefarious 
purposes. But that was a one-off. The manual handling required makes 
this highly uneconomically.


Am 15.04.2014 17:35, schrieb Maria Farrell:
> Dear Don / Steve / James and Mary,
> Thanks so much for the presentation on today's call. I learnt a lot 
> about how the privacy & proxy services interact with the transfer 
> policies, which was hugely helpful.
> Can we make sure we tie this information / discussion into the 
> relevant work items? My suggestion is that we would come back to what 
> we learnt today when we come to talk about 'relay', and also towards 
> the end of our work in the wrap-up side of things to do a sanity check 
> on how any possible recommendations might impact on the transfer policy.
> Does that make sense? Or perhaps it fits into other areas I haven't 
> considered.
> Many thanks to James for the presentation.
> All the best, Maria
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