[At-Large] [ALAC-Announce] Monthly RoundTable 2 (by EURALO) / was: A briefing by the European Commission

Joanna Kulesza jkuleszaicann at gmail.com
Fri Feb 19 11:53:28 UTC 2021

Well noted OCL, sounds like an issue of jurisdiction, doesn't it? As you 
yourself had already advertised on this list I believe, EURALO is 
hosting this round-table next Tuesday, where we'll look at the scope of 
public and private regulation online: 
https://community.icann.org/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=157188757. We 
just might come up with some answers to these questions.

Best to all,


W dniu 19.02.2021 o 12:46, Olivier MJ Crépin-Leblond via At-Large pisze:
> You are right, Karl, and then what happens when other authorities 
> start with their extra-territorial demands? Is the space going to turn 
> into a regulation minefield? Is it going to cause a break-up of the 
> Internet space? Or will it be so complex, only the largest players 
> like the GAFAs have the resources to navigate the legislation thus 
> killing off any smaller players and aiding consolidation, which we all 
> agree is a bad thing for competition?
> Kindest regards,
> Olivier
> On 19/02/2021 10:59, Karl Auerbach wrote:
>> While it is easy to focus on the GDPR one must not forget that as a 
>> California public-benefit/non-profit corporation, ICANN is subject to 
>> California's new privacy protection law, the CCPA, which is 
>> considered by some to be GDPR on steroids.  While the CCPA's extent 
>> may not extend beyond California residents, the state does tend to 
>> have a large footprint.
>> https://oag.ca.gov/privacy/ccpa
>>     --karl--
>> On 2/19/21 12:39 AM, Olivier MJ Crépin-Leblond via At-Large wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> I recommended this Webinar as it feels somehow as a milestone in 
>>> ICANN's history.
>>> The GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation, that was rolled out 
>>> and enforced by the European Commission, had a big impact on ICANN's 
>>> registration directory services. Whilst a replacement to WHOIS, the 
>>> database of domain name registrants, has been in research for many 
>>> years, the GDPR has changed the game and ICANN had to create an 
>>> "expedited policy development process - EPDP" in the GNSO to create 
>>> new rules relating to the access to registration data. That work is 
>>> still in progress
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Kind regards,
Joanna Kulesza
Joanna Kulesza, PhD
University of Lodz, Poland
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