Re: [ga-sys] Territorial approach to privacy issues
Eric Dierker wrote:
> I really cannot see why that we can do this privacy issue on a region or country
> basis, if as has been proposed the U.S. policy is just horrible let the market
> decide. This does not mean I agree with the current heavily weighted in favor
> of the IP lawyers model I just wonder if it should not be handled by market
This whole "let the market decide" bit, quite frankly, turns my stomach. How
about letting common decency and a respect for the rights of the individual
decide. You're familiar with the "rights of the individual," aren't you, Eric?
On an issue like this, especially, quite frankly I expected much better out of you.
(Gotta search up that "Internet User Bill of Rights" thing again and get on it, I
> When I obtain the dotUS ccTLD it will most assuredly be handled with a
> more reasonable UDRP and a great deal more privacy, and that is why they will
> give me the contract.
> Jeff Williams wrote:
> > WXW and all,
> > Although you may be correct in your assumption, WXW, you don't
> > know that the opposite is true either. Unless or until you can
> > it is reasonable to assume that the majority of EU Citizens or stakeholders
> > are in agreement with their laws. At any rate, they are obliged to
> > obey them regardless of what ICANN may choose or wish. Hence
> > Joanna's indication of a more regional approach to ascertaining
> > the level of privacy that the indigenous stakeholders desire would
> > be a good one to pursue...
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