Re: [ga] Re: Request for a Working Group
1. I don't like it. ICANN has no relevant competencies. And it leads to
2. I suggest as part of the ICANN reform we stop it.
On Tue, 26 Mar 2002 DannyYounger@cs.com wrote:
> Whether you like it or not, we currently regulate the registrar community by
> way of contracts (such as the Registrar Accreditation Agreement). These
> contracts specify registrar obligations, and how they are to attend to
> "Business Dealings, Including with Registered Name Holders" (section 3.7).
> This puts the issue of registrar practices squarely within ICANN's purview,
> and creating modifications to this contract language indeed falls within the
> ICANN consensus process.
> Clearly we have a right to establish provisions to curtail nefarious business
> practices in order to "enhance user choice and satisfaction".
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