[Gnso-ppsai-pdp-wg] last transfer thoughts

Theo Geurts theo.geurts at firstfind.nl
Tue Apr 22 09:10:19 UTC 2014

Hi Kathy,

1) In your example the US Registrar is not aware that you will use Blacknights P/P service and tries to prevent their P/P data ending up at Blacknight. 
We have a simmilar thing going on with .DE transfers, to avoid our Admin C contact being used with domain names not under our management we force the registrant to provide a new Admin C contact when requesting an authcode. 

2) Good point, looks like the policy when a registrar loses it's accreditation needs to be changed.  



----- Oorspronkelijk bericht -----
Van: "Kathy Kleiman" <kathy at kathykleiman.com>
Aan: gnso-ppsai-pdp-wg at icann.org
Verzonden: Maandag 21 april 2014 22:53:15
Onderwerp: [Gnso-ppsai-pdp-wg] last transfer thoughts

Hi All,
I wanted to point out two other transfer scenarios where not publishing 
the Whois information of a proxy/privacy customer makes sense and seems 
1) I decide to transfer all my domain names to Blacknight from a US 
Registrar and its affiliated proxy/privacy service. In doing so, I sign 
up at transfer for Blacknight's proxy/privacy service.  Why shouldn't my 
personal data be protected in that transfer -- with the Whois shifting 
from one proxy/privacy service provider to another, both with my 
underlying personal data?

2) My Registrar loses its accreditation and all domain names are 
transferred to Tucows. I sign up right away for Tucows privacy service. 
Why should my personal data be published in this already-difficult 
situation?  Why should potentially thousands or even millions of 
registrants lose their privacy?

Best and tx,
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