[ga-org] Re: ensuring 'non-commercial implicit value' in .org
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- Subject: [ga-org] Re: ensuring 'non-commercial implicit value' in .org
- From: Jeff Williams <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2001 03:33:02 -0700
- Organization: INEGroup Spokesman
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Kent and all,
Kent Crispin wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 22, 2001 at 12:30:58AM -0400, Milton Mueller wrote:
> > Yes, you did miss something. There seems to be
> > no support for "policing" or restricting.
> > When we talk now about retaining or reinforcing
> > non-commercial identity, we are talking about
> > >marketing<.
> Not exactly true. The word "marketing" has been used, but it has been
> used in the context of ICANN *requiring* a marketing plan on the part of
> the prospective registry operator. Such a scheme, that is, requires
> ICANN to enforce those conditions through contractual means -- that is,
> it requires "policing" or "restrictions" on the registry. That is, it
> puts ICANN in the position of evaluating the performance of the
> registry in terms of how well it meets the goal of "marketing" a
> non-commercial. That is, it requires ICANN to evaluate the
> non-commercial status of the registrants in .org. If one wants to
> maintain the non-commercial character of .org, then one has this
> problem regardless. Waving the magic wand of "marketing" over it
> doesn't make it go away.
A more blatant display of double talking "Spin" I haven't heard sense
the gTLD-MoU/IAHC days....
> Enforcing certain rules on a TLD is not expensive at all if done through
> dispute resolution procedures -- the UDRP clearly has not added
> materially to the cost of registrations in the commercially oriented
> TLDs. (Call this "post-registration enforcement", as opposed to
> "pre-registration screening".)
> If post-registration enforcement is used as a means of maintaining a
> charter, then the problem becomes one of developing appropriate
> enforcable guidelines, or finding a reasonable sponsor to develop and
> enforce the guidelines. This is a non-trivial problem, but certainly a
> solvable one.
All this is fine reason why ICANN should not be involved in
determining or *Requiring* approval of any particular business
> Kent Crispin "Be good, and you will be
> firstname.lastname@example.org lonesome." -- Mark Twain
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