[Gnso-epdp-team] [GNSO-ePDP-Team] Changes to SSAC consensus designations
vgreimann at key-systems.net
Fri Jul 31 16:12:23 UTC 2020
some comments on SSACs comments:
Rec 6: That would have been a better comment had it come at the time we
were discussing priority levels. We had all come to the agreement on what
constitutes an Urgent-Type request and coming back after months and voicing
dissatisfaction is not helpful. I also want to point out (again) that
registration data requests will not resolve phishing and malware attacks -
abuse complaints will. But when you only have a hammer, all problems will
start looking like nails, I guess.
Rec 10: This seems to sound like the SSAC did not understand the concept of
our SLA proposal. At all! Priority 3requests do not "go from 5 days to 10
days". The 5 day goal remains at 5 days in Phase 2, we are just adding
another goal that has enforcement teeth in Phase 10 that is set at 10 days.
The 5 day goal stays where it is in Phase 2 and will still provide a
warning to tardy responders. Hopefully you can explain this to your SSAC
Rec 12: Yes, this is a basic principle and right data subjects have: To be
informed how and by whom their data is processed. Unless there is an
overriding interest, for example for law enforcement, who are free to
request non-disclosure based on their legal abilities to do so. So your
argument as it relates to law enforcement is missing the target as this is
one of the groups that actually can get around this.
Rec 14: Someone has to pay for it and making those who use the system pay
for it was the logical choice TANSTAAFL, and all that! Instead of the
opponents of this recommendation criticising the proposed solution, I would
have loved to see a fully baked alternative proposal that could be
discussed and agreed upon. But throughout our discussion, no such proposal
was made, at least none that could be even remotely acceptable to some of
the parties in the room. So where is the money to build and operate this
system going to come from? This was the compromise we found and agreed to
at the time. No backsies!
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On Thu, Jul 30, 2020 at 1:53 AM Ben Butler <bbutler at godaddy.com> wrote:
> Dear Rafik, Staff, and ePDP team,
> Per the deadline for consensus designations, the SSAC EPDP Work Party has
> reviewed and discussed the finalized language and would like to flag that
> we cannot support, as written, the following four recommendations. Please
> update the listed consensus designations accordingly. A brief rationale is
> provided for each, and we will provide more information in a minority
> statement including the nuances of where each recommendation falls short of
> achieving our support even if the intent was aligned with addressing our
> concerns. Beyond further information on these particular recommendations,
> that minority statement will contain concerns about some of the other
> recommendations that we can support, as well as our overall concerns with
> issues that remain unaddressed that the EPDP was originally chartered to
> handle. The SSAC’s EPDP team decisions on support/non-support for various
> recommendations are based on issues that were previously identified and
> documented in SAC101v2 and more recently SAC111 which contain the full SSAC
> consensus on those issues.
> - Recommendation 6: Priority Levels
> - We do not feel that operational and network security
> investigations should be seen as Priority 3 with the corresponding SLA.
> Things like phishing and malware attacks need to be resolved much more
> quickly than this would promote.
> - Recommendation 10: Determining Variable SLAs for response times for
> - Having SLAs for requests like Priority 3 go from 5 days to 10
> days in Phase 2 is moving the needle in the wrong direction. The hope
> should be to strive for improvements that will make legitimate requests
> through the SSAD more efficient, not less.
> - Recommendation 12: Disclosure Requirement
> - The language in this Recommendation allows a disclosing party to
> provide a data subject with the identity of the specific entity making a
> request for the RDS data. The disclosing party should be prohibited from
> revealing the identity of a data requestor unless the data requestor goes
> through appropriate legal process. 1) The European Data Protection Board
> (EDPB) has told ICANN Org that revealing requestor data to data subjects is
> a problem. 2) Revealing the identities of requestors will compromise
> investigations, including those of law enforcement, and may place some data
> requestors in danger. 3) Per GDPR and the Temp Spec, it is sufficient for
> data controllers to inform data subjects about the types of groups to whom
> disclosure may occur.
> - Recommendation 14: Financial Sustainability
> - SSAC has several issues with the this Recommendation. We share
> concerns flagged in this consensus designation process by the ALAC, as well
> as concerns previously noted in SAC101v2 and more recently SAC111.
> Thank you to all for the diligent efforts thus far, and we look forward in
> good faith to continuing to support and improve the SSAD.
> Thank You.
> Ben Butler (on behalf of the SSAC ePDP Work Party)
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