[ALAC] The consolidated approach proposed by Keith Drazek

Hadia Abdelsalam Mokhtar EL miniawi Hadia at tra.gov.eg
Tue May 7 13:01:44 UTC 2019

Hi Maureen,

Thank you for your email. I do agree with all the suggestions, however I tend to find DoH as an upcoming topic that had not been discussed yet specially from a policy point of view, I would keep it. Also I tend to find the proposed topics by the GNSO as too many for one session. Some of the proposed topics could be a topic for a whole session like ARS and RDAP.

Kindest Regards

From: ALAC [mailto:alac-bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org] On Behalf Of Maureen Hilyard
Sent: Monday, May 06, 2019 12:51 PM
Subject: Re: [ALAC] The consolidated approach proposed by Keith Drazek

Thank you for those who have given some initial feedback. Following a final decision at our next CPWG meeting I'd like to pass this on. While noting that Keith's suggested consolidated sessions were a means of covering what was considered important to the GNSO community, if we think that something else needs to be added or deleted, then we can pass this onto the SO-AC decision-makers.

Vanda - I think that adding Auction Proceeds is an important update that people should hear about. UA got the go ahead in Keith's model
Sebastian and Jonathan - DoH - an interesting technical topic (and way over my head) but happy to pass it on as an important session if given consensus. If other groups aren't interested, then could we hold a session on it of our own to give us all some understanding of what it means to us as end-users?

Thanks to Dan, John and Eduardo for their prompt agreements. More suggestions or agreements welcome.

On Sat, May 4, 2019 at 5:33 PM Maureen Hilyard <maureen.hilyard at gmail.com<mailto:maureen.hilyard at gmail.com>> wrote:
Hi all

I finally found what I was looking for. This was Keith's consolidated approach proposed on April 30 for your consideration (to mnimise the number of HIT sessions in Marrakech)


 Impact of GDPR and EPDP Phase 1 Recommendations on Existing Policies and Procedures.

Combine 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 into one session

1.1 Combatting Abuse with GDPR

1.2 Privacy-Proxy Implementation

1.3 Across Field Validation


EPDP Phase 2 / Uniform Access Model

REMOVE these two proposed sessions because EPDP Phase 2 work will only have been under way for 6 weeks by the time we arrive in Marrakech. It may be premature to schedule a HIT/CC session - possibly defer this to ICANN66 in Montreal


Sessions that are merely updates can be provided as a pre-meeting webinar.

3.1 ATRT3

3.2 SSR-2

3.3 NomCom Review


Future of Multistakeholder Model Governance

Is necessary to complete the project kicked off in Kobe by the year's end. Clearly a topic of interest to the entire community. This session should be included.


Enhance Effectiveness of Specific Review Recommedations and their Implementation

This session is timely, particularly with developments around the Board's actions on the CCT-RT recommendations . This session should be included


Universal Acceptance

There was a good bit of discussion in Kobe and it is an issue that appears to be generating increased interest. With the meeting being held in Marrakech, it is a good opportunity to continue discussions on the UA and IDM-related issues.


DNS over HTTPS (DoH)

Not seen as having broad community interest at this time. Could possibly be a regular session but would REMOVE.


GNSO proposing these topics for one CC session

8.1 Rules for Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy

8.2 Uniform Rapid Suspension system (URS) rules

8.3 WHOIS Data Reminder Policy

8.4 Transfer Policy

8.5 Transfer Dispute Resolution Policy

8.6 Across Field Validation

8.7 Process for handing RAA Data Retention Waiver Requests

8.8 Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP)

8.9 WHOIS Accuracy Reporting System (ARS)

8.10 Thick WHOIS Transition policy for .com, .net, .jobs

Comments please

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