[Gnso-epdp-team] Legal vs Natural and Redactions
Hadia Abdelsalam Mokhtar EL miniawi
Hadia at tra.gov.eg
Wed Nov 14 12:14:41 UTC 2018
On Legal vs Natural, you can definitely say that the ALAC supports
making the distinction mandatory.
In the sentence "They further are of the view that this critical
issue falls squarely within the scope of the EPDP, as it is already
addressed in the Temporary Specification.", "is already addressed" is
somewhat misleading as it might be construed to imply that the Temp
Spec already requires the distinction. However, the Temp Spec does
reference the issue in "Annex: Important Issues for Further Community
Action" and the EPDP Charter explicitly asks whether the distinction
should be required so there is no question the issue is within scope.
On redactions, the ALAC supports the proposal that Rec #3, redactions
only apply to registrants who are natural persons where anonymized
e-mail addresses or a web form be provided, and that for legal
persons, the original addresses be provided. This is in line with the
EDPB letter of 05 July. In fact, the letter goes further in that it
is not restricted to legal persons and says that all registrants
could use non-personal e-mail address which would therefore not need
to be anonymized.
Hadia on behalf of myself and Alan
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