[Gnso-ppsai-pdp-wg] A very brief report f from M3AAWG

Chris Pelling chris at netearthone.com
Fri Oct 24 16:58:06 UTC 2014

Actually if you expressly state on whois that the IDs are randomized daily it would not make a jot of difference.  As the requester would still have to provide the domain name, and to the PP provider thats really all they need to assist the requester.

The IDs then could not be used for any harvesting.  I agree with James in that it would be wrong for a domainer with a large portfolio to be able to be identified in this way - lets be honest that the point of the PP service.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Don Blumenthal" <dblumenthal at pir.org>
To: gnso-ppsai-pdp-wg at icann.org
Sent: Friday, 24 October, 2014 4:30:54 PM
Subject: [Gnso-ppsai-pdp-wg] A very brief report f from M3AAWG

I gave a presentation at this week’s conference in Boston. It was a something of a 20 minute version of the ICANN All Things WHOIS program, although with fewer topics and a focus on details that were most likely to be of interest to the anti abuse community. 

Four people raised the same suggestion either before the session or during Q/A: Require providers to assign unique IDs to their customers so that we can identify the p/p registrations held by a given entity even if we don’t know who is it. 

We can explore the idea or not, but I am certain that it will be suggested in public comments to our draft report. FWIW, the suggesters (word?) aren’t affiliated and were an international group. 

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