[ALAC] Final ALAC Statement on Preliminary Issue Report on ‘Thick’ Whois

Evan Leibovitch evan at telly.org
Sat Dec 24 03:57:43 UTC 2011

No concerns, I fully support this as-is. Thanks, Alan.

Is it worth referring to "privacy" concerns as being that of "personal
privacy"? I haven't heard anyone, even the privacy advocates amongst us,
suggesting that corporate bodies -- especially for-profit and governmental
-- be allowed to hide themselves using a thick (or even thin) WHOIS.

- Evan

On 23 December 2011 20:18, Alan Greenberg <alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca> wrote:

> The revised version of the statement based on comment submitted has
> been posted at
> https://community.icann.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=30345624.
> Aside from stylistic changes, the only two substantive changes were:
> - In sub-item 1, the intent of the statement needed to be clarified
> as suggested by Eduardo.
> - Sub-item 3 was added based on a comment I made early in the process
> with no one disputing it.
> Of the other suggestions, they generally were:
> - counter to community input in the earlier round of e-mail comments;
> - supported but did not change what was already in the draft statement; or
> - were issues related to the substantive discussion of whether the
> change from thin to thick should be made, the subject of the PDP if
> one should be started, but was not required in this vetting of the
> Preliminary Issue Report.
> If you have any concerns with this final statement, please contact me.
> Alan
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