Re: [ga] First Draft of "Letter from Registrars Constituency to Stuart Lynn"
> When can the registrants themselves have their say in how they would like
> to be "protected"?
I agree that this is an important issue and I know that many registrars
would be interested in developing a code of conduct incorporating a
'customer bill of rights' or something of the sort. We already have
protection for customer IP rights but this is just one aspect of the
consumer protection issue. Others aspects include name portability
(otherwise known as transfers), change of registrant, and billing.
One way of moving the issue forward would be for the NC to put together a
cross constituency WG to identify consumer protection principles to be
incorporated into ICANN policy. Alternatively, the GA or any constituency
is free to draft a set of principles, and refer them to the NC for
consideration and endorsement by the DNSO.
At any event, it is up to the DNSO to prgress the issue.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joop Teernstra" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: <email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, July 25, 2001 11:43 AM
Subject: Re: [ga] First Draft of "Letter from Registrars Constituency to
> At 20:40 24/07/01 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
> The Constituency is clearly concerned that certain registrars are
> new and onerous transfer policies that create confusion and registrant
> burdens and dissatisfaction. We fear that this is to preserve their
> customer base under the guise of consumer protection.
> Two self-serving transfer policies, both promoted under the guise of
> registrant "protection".
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