[gnso-rds-pdp-wg] Sign-Up Sheet - Task 8

Ayden Férdeline icann at ferdeline.com
Thu May 26 13:24:26 UTC 2016

Hi Lisa,
I would like to add the following six possible requirements to the list please.
These have been inspired by the report from the UN Special Rapporteur on the
Right to Privacy, though I have adjusted the wording where necessary for the
purposes of this exercise.
Foundational Questions (FQ) * The RDS must foster cyberpeace. Cyberspace will be destroyed by cyberwar and
   cybersurveillance if privacy is not respected online. Cyberspace will not be
   a peaceful sphere if the RDS enables, in any form, threats posed by
   terrorists, the activities of some States, organised crime, and/or
   corporations acting illegitimately.

Privacy (PR)
 * Any collection of personal data must be both conscious and consenting. Where
   individuals are aware that they are making data available for public view, it
   must be made clear the extent of the risk to them and their reputation were
   this data to be used or misused.
 * The RDS must not be used to allow the good name and/or reputation of a
   citizen to be attacked and/or destroyed. There must be concrete safeguards
   protecting privacy, and real remedies for violations to privacy, dignity and
   reputation online which are or were enabled by the RDS.
 * In the event that the decision is made for the RDS to contain personal data,
   the RDS must actively and regularly raise awareness amongst those individuals
   whose personal data is stored to help them understand what privacy is, what
   their privacy rights are, and how their privacy may be infringed upon.
   Information must also be actively provided on how privacy risks can be
   mitigated or minimised, and on what remedies are available if necessary. It
   is not sufficient for this information to be communicated solely via
   electronic means.

Gated Access (GA) * If there is gated access, the RDS must feature strong encryption.
 * The RDS must not be engineered to contain any back-doors. By introducing a
   technical input into an encryption product that would enable any party, even
   authorities, access to data, would also make encrypted data vulnerable to
   criminals, terrorists and foreign intelligence services, among others. This
   would have an undesirable consequence for the security of data stored in the

Best wishes,

Ayden Férdeline

On Thu, May 26, 2016 2:06 PM, Gomes, Chuck cgomes at verisign.com wrote:
I think it would be helpful if the instructions for using the wiki were
distributed to the full WG again.


From: gnso-rds-pdp-wg-bounces at icann.org [mailto:gnso-rds-pdp-wg-bounces at icann.org] On Behalf Of Lisa Phifer
Sent: Wednesday, May 25, 2016 9:50 PM
To: "Ayden Férdeline"
Cc: gnso-rds-pdp-wg at icann.org
Subject: Re: [gnso-rds-pdp-wg] Sign-Up Sheet - Task 8

Hi Ayden,

Thanks for volunteering to cover this document. I have added your name to the
sign-up sheet.

Thanks too for letting us know that you had trouble editing the sign-up sheet to
add your name. You must log in to the wiki in order to edit a page, but no edit
restrictions are defined for that wiki page. If you have logged in but do not
see an "Edit" button at the upper right of the sign-up sheet, please let us

Best, Lisa

At 03:09 PM 5/25/2016, Ayden Férdeline wrote:

Hi Lisa,

I would like to review the following document for requirements please:

Human Rights Council - Report by the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to
privacy (2016)

I do not appear to have the ability to edit the wiki page - I wonder if global
editing is enabled?Â

Best wishes,


On Tue, May 24, 2016 7:46 PM, Lisa Phifer lisa at corecom.com wrote:

Per RDS PDP WG Call 24 May, 2016 , Action item #3: Staff to create a sign-up list to facilitate volunteers
coming forward to review documents and identify possible requirements. WG
members to sign up to review documents for possible requirements within 48 hours
of circulation of sign-up sheet (see attached document, also posted on the
WG’s wiki at https://community.icann.org/x/shOOAw ).


Instructions: The wiki sign-up sheet is to be used by RDS PDP WG members to volunteer to extract possible
requirements for gTLD registration data or directory services (see https://community.icann.org/x/8waOAw ) . To volunteer, visit the wiki sign-up sheet at https://community.icann.org/x/shOOAw . Sign up for a key input document that is familiar to you by picking an
unassigned document from the sign-up sheet and entering your name in the
“Volunteer” column. You may volunteer to review multiple documents, but
please sign up for only one document at a time to give all a chance to
contribute in parallel. If you are unable to access the wiki sign-up sheet, you
may reply to this email asking staff to sign you up for a document.


How to submit possible requirements: Send all possible requirements via email to gnso-rds-pdp-wg at icann.org . For each possible requirement:

·       Identify the associated charter question(s);

·       Succinctly quote or paraphrase a possible requirement, focusing on phase 1
policy requirements;

·       Cite the source document by title and hyperlink. Possible requirements may also
be submitted from new sources not already listed below.


For example, Greg just submitted this possible User/Purpose requirement quoted
from SAC055: “There is a critical need for a policy asserting the purpose of
collecting and maintaining registration data. This policy should address the
operational concerns of the parties who collect, maintain or use this data as it
relates to ICANN’s remit.” Additional examples can be found in draft 1 of
the possible requirements list, posted at https://community.icann.org/x/8waOAw .


Due date: WG members are encouraged to make progress on this task before the
next WG call (31 May 2016), at which time the WG will assess progress and
determine a reasonable extension to that initial due date.


Ayden Férdeline
Statement of Interest

Ayden Férdeline Statement of Interest
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