[Gnso-epdp-team] RrSG edits -- Section 4.4

Alan Greenberg alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca
Thu Sep 6 04:31:30 UTC 2018

James, several points:

- I understand the removal of 4.4.4 and I agree 
with your footnote 2 that communications between 
the registrar and registrant does not need WHOIS. 
But you also eliminated the Registry and they 
have no privileged information about the customer.

- I strongly disagree with your changes to 4.4.8. 
I agree that ICANN does not provide a framework 
for law enforcement as 4.4.9 said, but it does 
have a responsibility to support such a framework.

- I agree that 4.4.7 was badly worded in 
referring only to the publication. 4.4.5 already 
references the technical contact, but you also 
omitted the admin contact which in large 
organizations may have great value. Perhaps we 
will get to the point of discussing natural 
persons vs legla persons at some stage, but right 
now the Temp Spec treats them as the same and we need to accommodate that.

- I do not disagree with the intent of your 
addition to 4.4.13, but do not agree that it 
belongs in a section on contractual compliance access to date.

There is probably more, but it is getting late so 
I will leave it at that for the moment.


At 05/09/2018 07:42 PM, James M. Bladel wrote:
>ePDP Team –
>In preparation for tomorrow’s call, please 
>find attached a redline PDF of our edits to 
>Section 4.4 of the Temp Spec, along with a 
>slide/PDF with “clean” language for Kurt & 
>Staff. Matt, Theo and I will walk through these 
>edits, along with our rationale.
>Look forward to our discussion tomorrow.
>James Bladel
>Gnso-epdp-team mailing list
>Gnso-epdp-team at icann.org
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