[GNSO-TPR] Process changes and outstanding questions following public comment review

Emily Barabas emily.barabas at icann.org
Tue Dec 6 13:19:39 UTC 2022

Dear WG members,

On our last call, staff took an action item to review the latest redline version of the recommendations alongside the public comment review documents to identify any changes to the overall transfer process that would result from agreed upon updates to the recommendations. Staff was also asked to identify outstanding questions and open items that the group is working on. Here is the summary:

Process updates

  *   Rec 2 – Addition of Losing FOA
  *   Rec xx – Registry Operator provides Gaining Rr’s IANA ID to Losing Rr in the notification of pending transfer request, to be included in Losing FOA and Notification of Transfer Completion

Open Items

  *   Rec 6 – RrSG reps may suggest further clarifications regarding the designated representative
  *   Rec 11 – RySG reps may suggest further clarifications regarding when the TAC is considered “used” and is reset to null, relationship to TTL, and/or interaction with Ry Lock
  *   Rec 13 – Small team is working on a proposal regarding TTL enforcement
  *   Rec 16 & 17 – Small team is working on a proposal for exceptions to post-create and post-transfer restrictions on transfer
  *   General – Small group is working on developing a list of threat vectors that the proposed security model is and is not intended to address

We’ll go through these items on today’s call and welcome input from the group about whether there are additional updates we missed that may have a substantive impact on the transfer process.

Kind regards,

Caitlin, Julie, Berry, Emily

Emily Barabas
Policy Development Support Senior Manager
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
Phone: +31 (0)6 84507976

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