[council] CPH letter to ICANN org on DNS Abuse now

Mark Datysgeld mark at governanceprimer.com
Wed Nov 9 02:07:30 UTC 2022

Thank you, Greg.

That letter reached the BC this morning and I had a read. It is very 
much in alignment with everything we have discussed and what is being 
recommended by the Small Team.

I will incentivize the members to move ahead in drafting our letter so 
that we continue to add legitimacy and transparency to the process, 
leaving behind a solid trail of documents that validates this to the 
broader Internet community and something all stakeholders are getting 


On 8 Nov 2022 19:53, DiBiase, Gregory via council wrote:
> Dear GNSO Councillors,
> As you may recall, a recommendation in the DNS Abuse small team report 
> was to consult with contracted parties re: potential issues with the 
> existing accreditation agreements with ICANN.  It seems Contracted 
> Parties may be ahead of the curve and have sent a CPH letter to ICANN 
> org re: DNS Abuse provisions in their contracts (see 
> https://www.icann.org/en/system/files/correspondence/heineman-demetriou-to-marby-04nov22-en.pdf) . 
> I am flagging it here for everyone’s reference.
> Thanks,
> Greg
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Mark W. Datysgeld [markwd.website <https://markwd.website>]
Director at Governance Primer [governanceprimer.com 
ICANN GNSO Councilor
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