[GNSO-Accuracy-ST] Wrapping Up + New RSEP Filing

Volker Greimann volker.greimann at centralnic.com
Tue Aug 16 09:40:31 UTC 2022

Given that .CN is currently one of the more restrictive TLDs in ID
verification requirements, it may be surprising to some that the ccTLD is
also still one of the top rankers in many abuse studies. So verification is
not a magic bullet vs abuse, and forcing all other TLDs doing business in
China to also comply with such rules will not address the abuse issue. But
then, that probably also is not the main goal of these efforts.


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On Mon, Aug 15, 2022 at 3:45 PM michael palage.com <michael at palage.com>

> Hello All,
> I am reaching out today and tomorrow with some of the stakeholder groups
> to access where we are regarding wrapping things up.  Please leave our
> regularly scheduled Thursday slot reserved for now. After consulting with
> the Accuracy Scoping Leadership Team tomorrow next steps will be shared
> with the group.
> On a side note, I read the most recent RSEP filed by Verisign which may be
> of interest to the group as it deals with Chinese Real Name Verification
> requirements and how Verisign will be complying with these legal
> requirements in connection with .COM and .NET, see
> https://www.icann.org/en/system/files/files/rsep-2022044-com-et-al-request-25jul22-en.pdf
> For those that are not interested in reading the full RSEP filing, Kevin
> Murphy does a good job summarizing in this article, see
> https://domainincite.com/28132-verisign-to-crack-down-on-chinese-domains
> Best regards,
> Michael
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