[CCWG-ACCT] "Christmas trees" and "Consumer Trust" in Article 1 of the Bylaws
avri at acm.org
Thu Jan 14 05:08:40 UTC 2016
It does seem like an impasse. I am sure there is a way out of it other
than having one group surrender to the other (my interpretation of the
earlier "Come on Avri" message.)
I wonder do we still have anyone around who was part of negotiating the
text for ICANN?
We could also consult with NTIA to see which interpretation of the AOC
most closely reflects their understanding. I believe that the NTIA
folks who negotiated are still at NTIA.
We can ask them whether their idea was 3 was just a reference to what is
in 9 or was an affirmation that had its own content indicating that
consumer trust went beyond new gTLDs, e.g. to all gTLDs or perhaps
referred to the activities of ICANN itslef.
On 13-Jan-16 19:39, Burr, Becky wrote:
> Some of us think we have included AoC in the Bylaws and some of us don¹t.
> We have included what we actually agree is in the AoC
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> On 1/13/16, 6:40 PM, "Avri Doria" <avri at acm.org> wrote:
>> On 13-Jan-16 17:02, Mueller, Milton L wrote:
>>> If the consumer trust advocates can't accept such a basic and simple
>>> limitation on the applicability of thee AoC language, I would say that
>>> the whole AoC incorporation into the bylaws needs to be kicked to WS2.
>> Perhaps better to do that than to say we have included the AOC when we
>> Though we have had rather strong support for including the AOC in the
>> transition accountability changes.
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