[GTLD-WG] [CPWG] Fw: Cooperation with the GAC

Sergio Salinas Porto presidencia at internauta.org.ar
Wed Sep 18 12:46:15 UTC 2019


Dear Yrjö, I would like to participate, is this meeting planned with online
interpretation?
Hug!

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El lun., 16 sept. 2019 a las 21:22, Yrjö Länsipuro (<
yrjo_lansipuro at hotmail.com>) escribió:

> Dear CPWG members,
>
> Please indicate whether you would like to participate in an intersessional
> call with interested GAC members on policy cooperation (discussed on the
> CPWG call 28 August, see summary below) before ICABB66.
>
> Best,
>
> Yrjö
>
> ------------------------------
> *From:* Yrjö Länsipuro <yrjo_lansipuro at hotmail.com>
> *Sent:* Friday, September 6, 2019 4:57 PM
> *To:* cpwg at icann.org <cpwg at icann.org>
> *Subject:* Cooperation with the GAC
>
> Dear all,
>
> With my thanks to all who participated in the discussion on policy
> cooperation with the GAC at  the CPWG meeting  28 August, here’s my
> summary:
>
>
>    - Cooperation was seen as useful and expanding it into policy areas
>    worth exploring, looking for issues where we agree and can find common
>    interests.  “How and where can the interests of the end users benefit
>    from this cooperation”  was suggested as a criterion to inform us
>    about topics to embark on. Addressing issues where the opinions of  the
>    two groups are already close  to each other is to be preferred.  Trying
>    to convince each other on issues we disagree upon is not a good use of our
>    time.
>
>
>    - The need to retain our identity and to avoid perceptions of our
>    being “an arm” of another stakeholder group was stressed.  On the
>    other hand, when our ideas with another group do align, we should not shy
>    away from saying we agree with them.
>
>
>    - As to concrete issues for the policy dialogue with the GAC,  the
>    ones that already have been subject to discussions at numerous joint
>    ALAC-GAC meetings – EPDP and SubPro – were mentioned. As a third topic,
>    survival of multistakeholderism in the ICANN context was suggested.
>
>
>    - On SubPro,  a couple of paths for dialogue came up:
>
>
>    - GeoNames where (in spite of the lack of consensus both inside
>       At-Large and the GAC), it might be worth exploring the extent to the
>       overlap , the subset of issues that both might agree upon.   In
>       this connection, the default role of the 2012 AGB was mentioned, whether
>       going back to it on many issues would be preferable compared to
>       alternatives that have been proposed.
>
>
>    -  Global public interests and safeguards (highly regulated sectors,
>       verified TLD’s, registration restrictions, DNS abuse).   This topic
>       would include whether SubPro PDP has properly addressed the CCT
>       recommendations that need to be implemented before another new gTLD round.
>
>
>    - The need for “getting our own act together” was recognized on issues
>    where there is no internal ALAC/At-Large consensus  at present.
>
>
>
> Best,
>
> Yrjö
>
> -
>
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