[Gnso-epdp-team] Questions regarding disclosure risks
greg at illumintel.com
Thu Sep 19 14:12:31 UTC 2019
Sarah, what do you mean by “responding party”? For example so your scenarios assume that ICANN is acting in a specific legal capacity?
I ask because depending on what you mean, there may be other scenarios.
From: Gnso-epdp-team <gnso-epdp-team-bounces at icann.org> On Behalf Of Sarah Wyld
Sent: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 3:18 PM
To: gnso-epdp-team at icann.org
Subject: [Gnso-epdp-team] Questions regarding disclosure risks
During the recent EPDP face-to-face meetings in Los Angeles, several members of the working group expressed a desire to position ICANN as the responding party to requests for disclosure of non-public registration data.
In order to fulfill this request, one of two things must be true. Either:
1. ICANN Org maintains a current (<24 hours) copy of the entire RDS database; or
2. ICANN has some mechanism (contract clause) to compel the Contracted Party to disclose the data to ICANN or the requestor
These potential scenarios raise the following questions:
1. In the first scenario, does ICANN accept the legal risks and operational costs of maintaining its own replica of all RDS data for gTLDs? If not, how would those risks and costs be addressed?
2. In the second scenario, will ICANN “relay” disclosed data between the requestor and the Registry/Registrar?
3. What should be done in situations where ICANN instructs the Registry/Registrar to disclose data (either to ICANN or the requestor), but the contracted party has determined that the request is not legitimate and refuses? Is this matter referred to ICANN compliance?
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