Re: [ga] Consumer/Registrant Protection Consitituency
Jefsey and all assembly members,
Excellent evaluation Jefsey, as usual! Well done! And the twisted
Jefsey Morfin wrote:
> Dear Bill, Sotiris and Joop,
> Sotiris' reasoning is to navigate according to visible stars (as a seaman,
> I think the adjective important :-). OK lett see what it means.
> The ALSC documents lead to understand that AmerICANN wants to deal with
> Support Organizations with a contract including acknowledgment of ICP-3 (as
> Roman Christians had to adore the Emperor first) and a contribution to
> their charity, research and educational activities. The pay-vote system.
> Let assume that ICP 3.17 becomes technically correct, IMHO it is reasonable
> to target for a DNSO including four "constituencies":
> - Registrars
> - gTLD Registries
> - ccTLD
> - Registrants
> The Registrants Constituency could pay their due through the large
> participants granting the Individual Committee Members a free Membership
> (like DNSO/BC ask for 1000 euro per Member with a discount to 100 euro for
> Paying registrants could be ... our IP friends. Amusing but much more
> sensible to work together rather than to oppose. This might help a common
> understanding on an UDRP replacement. When you think of it we have many
> things in common.
> On 05:43 02/08/01, William S. Lovell said:
> >Which puts you in the position of ratifying ICANN's claim to be
> >a policy making rather than a technical coordinating body, does
> >it not?
> >Bill Lovell
> >Joop Teernstra wrote:
> > > At 09:43 31/07/2001 -0400, Sotiris Sotiropoulos wrote:
> > >
> > > >A rough blanket statement of the broad objectives of the Individual
> > > >Registrants
> > > >Constituency (IRC) might be as follows:
> > > >
> > > >"Mission: To effect and ensure the recognition, representation, and
> > input of
> > > >Individual Registrants of Domain Names as bona fide stakeholders in
> > the Domain
> > > >Name System (DNS), through an established and direct voice in all
> > ICANN policy
> > > >formulation bodies and functions."
> > >
> > > YES to that.
> >Any terms above that are not familiar to the reader may
> >possibly be explained at:
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