Re: [nc-impwhois] Definition of Marketing Activities
Understood. I wss looking at this definition as applying to the data that
ultimately gets included in a bulk whois release. Keeping the opt-out
policy in place is important as it allows a registrant to not have their
data included at all.
I also like the idea that I believe Ross/Tucows has suggested, that bulk be
an opt-in process. Any other business that uses personal data gathered from
an opt-out process is usually looked down upon from privacy groups. I don't
see why this should be any different. But at least tightening up how the
data is used is still a big improvement.
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Subject: Re: [nc-impwhois] Definition of Marketing Activities
From: Thomas Roessler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sat, January 18, 2003 1:58 am
To: Tim Ruiz <email@example.com>
On 2003-01-17 09:07:07 -0600, Tim Ruiz wrote:
> I would not want to see (c) be included. How do verify that? The
> word "commercial" should also be removed. "Marketing activities"
> would then be defined as:
> any communication, regardless of the medium, initiated for the
> purpose of advertising availability or quality of any property,
> goods, or services, but such term does not include a
> communication (A) to any person with that person's prior express
> invitation or permission, (B) to any person with whom the party
> has an established business relationship.
We should be careful not to restrict the meaning of "marketing
activities" so far that we may allow things unconditionally which
may be covered by the current opt-out provision (3.6.6) -- that text
quite generally talks about opting out of data uses for "marketing
Thomas Roessler <firstname.lastname@example.org>