[Gnso-epdp-team] Small Team #1
kavouss.arasteh at gmail.com
Sat Nov 3 13:20:18 UTC 2018
In principle before the renewal the registrant must clearly indicate within the deadline whether the nature of registration is in natural or legal otherwise revocation is one possible option with A reminder thereto before revocation happens
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> On 3 Nov 2018, at 03:22, Matt Serlin <matt at brandsight.com> wrote:
> Thanks Alan for the perspective...may I ask what you envision would happen if a registrant of an existing domain name does not provide information about whether they are a natural or legal person by the “hard deadline” you describe below? Would the domain name then be revoked? Would the registrar be expected to make that determination in the absence of a response from the registrant?
> Thank you for the clarification.
>> On Nov 2, 2018, at 8:13 PM, Alan Greenberg <alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca> wrote:
>> There are sufficient competing redline versions that I will not
>> contribute another. We support the edits recently proposed by the GAC.
>> However, I wish to make it clear that in the view of the ALAC, the
>> end-point must be that the WHOIS/RDS record distinguish between
>> natural and legal persons. It is fine to defer the implementation
>> plan, but that plan must end with all every gTLD record be flagged as
>> to whether the registrant is a legal or natural person. It is
>> appreciated that this cannot happen overnight, but at worst, the
>> implementation must set a hard deadline, preferably no later than the
>> next registration renewal.
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