I completely agree with your conclusion here. 15 days is
inadequate in many instances, but not all. None the less this provision
should and I believe must be approved by the ICANN AL membership
before is could be enacted as a requirement.
A.M. Rutkowski wrote:
Regards,Yes, everyone gets treated equally as bad. The NSI DDRP sux. What's the
matter, they can't affor liability insurance? As Karl told me yesterday
Although this provision is arguably unfair, it should
be pointed out that ICANN has a more onerous provision
that it imposes on its accredited registrars:
7. a. ...
So ICANN's registrar's can cut registrants in 15 days
- An SLD holder's willful provision of inaccurate or unreliable information, its willful failure promptly to update information provided to Registrar, or its failure to respond for over fifteen calendar days to inquiries by Registrar concerning the accuracy of contact details associated with the SLD holder's registration shall constitute a material breach of the SLD holder-registrar contract and be a basis for cancellation of the SLD registration.
rather than NSI's 30.
The WIPO Recommendations appear to go even further and make
the SLD revokable at will for furnishing inaccurate contact
...all good reasons for just saying no to the ICANN-GAC regime.
Jeffrey A. Williams
CEO/DIR. Internet Network Eng/SR. Java/CORBA Development Eng.
Information Network Eng. Group. INEG. INC.
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