Re: [ga-org] First Ten Policy Questions
Danny and all,
Danny Younger wrote:
> 1. Do we seek to re-balance the geographical distribution of registry
No. But possibly this should be a consideration. Yet some geographical
are not even capable to hosting a registry... Therefore it is difficult to
to imagine that true geographical distribution is really possible...
> 2. Should a .org registry be required to be a not-for-profit service?
> 3. Should an organization be considered for the delegation of more than one
> 4. Should we disqualify any applicant that has engaged in pre-registration
No. But if they have they done so or if any member of their organization
had in the past been in any way associated with pre-registration practices,
including the so called "SunRise" proposals, should be required to sign a
sworn affidavit to never engage or advocate such practice as long as they
> 5. A commitment to reliability and performance requires substantial capital
> and expertise; in view of the $5,000,000 endowment, should we accept any
> proposal that subcontracts services?
> 6. Should the new .org registry be required to have a lower fee structure?
No. But price controls should be part of any acceptable proposal...
> 7. Should the new .org registry adopt a different UDRP?
Of course... In fact no UDRP would apply to any .ORG registration...
> 8. Should the new .org registry adopt strong privacy features?
Any and all registries should do so. So yes, of course...
> 9. Should there be a registry/registrar separation?
> 10. Should the registry provide an enhanced query service to serve the needs
> of the intellectual property community?
No. There is not need or compelling reason for such special privileges
that the IP community should have and does not need.
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