[At-Large] A brexit problem that I heard about
gtheo at xs4all.nl
Mon Aug 20 13:16:16 UTC 2018
Danko is correct, in my opinion, Eurid is now part of a political game
between the UK and the EU.
Danko Jevtović schreef op 2018-08-20 01:53 PM:
> I understand that it is not up to EURID, but to EC (European
> Commission), that hold the contract with EURID to manage to TLDs.
> The problem seems to be that possible solution (grandfathering clause)
> cannot be discussed outside of the whole package of Brexit
> negotiations, effectively blocking any reasonable progress.
> FROM: At-Large <at-large-bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org> ON BEHALF OF
> Roberto Gaetano
> SENT: Monday, August 20, 2018 1:09 PM
> TO: bzs at theworld.com
> CC: At Large <at-large at atlarge-lists.icann.org>
> SUBJECT: Re: [At-Large] A brexit problem that I heard about
> Hi Barry.
> You might have a point in principle.
> However the reality is that each TLD can decide its own rules, and
> therefore whether to be strict in terms of requirements - like for
> instance .bank - or loose - like for instance .com.
> .eu has chosen the first approach, and has all right to do so. Whether
> EURID is willing to make an exception for Brexit - based also on the
> consideration that, as far as I know, they do not make continuous
> checking about whether the resistant still complies with the
> requirements - or not, I don’t know. Apparently not.
>> On 17.08.2018, at 19:31, bzs at theworld.com wrote:
>> Ok I'll say it...
>> How many of these affected *.EU domains were actually entities with
>> some sort of EU charter or relationship as the TLD was approved for
>> I realize it's naive to point out that .NET was for networking
>> organizations and .ORG for not-for-profits etc. in a world where we
>> have .XYZ and .FAIL (must they really be FAILures?)
>> Ok that ship has sailed because no one wanted to enforce it as it
>> would interfere with maximazing domain sales in those TLDs.
>> But are we really supposed to get lathered up about those who now
>> burned flouting all that?
>> What promise do those affected actually expect to be upheld? Chapter
>> and verse not "well, we assumed..."?
>> And, no, marching out one or two bona-fide examples doesn't quite
>> to a counter argument.
>> If there were only one or two or ten I'll guess they could be
>> since they would have always had a legitimae reason to represent
>> themselves with a .EU domain which one would hope would allow them
>> some explicit accommodation.
>> -Barry Shein
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