alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca
Sun Sep 15 00:39:32 UTC 2013
Quite a few TLDs seem to be proposing that there will be variety of
standards that their registrants would have to abide by (and
qualifications that they will have to meet), so I don't see why this
would not be possible. How one might enforce or police it is another
question. At the very least, the TLD would have to accept reports of
infractions, investigate and take action if needed. Probably not
onerous *IF* the incidence rate is low.
At 09/09/2013 04:44 PM, Thomas Lowenhaupt wrote:
>would involve requiring name purchasers to indicate via a check box
>that "I agree to abide by the privacy protection policies set by the
>XYZ TLD. See details here."
>My thinking is that there might be some advantage to requiring some
>particular level of transparency, but merely making the type of
>privacy (if any) obvious to the user.
>Is this done anywhere now? Is it practicable for a city-TLD such as .nyc?
>Your thoughts appreciated.
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