Re: [nc-transfer] Impact to Registries
Jeff - I will be working on the root document this evening when I get home.
I expect that Glen will add this to the online version sometime tomorrow our
All - I will be taking this opportunity to change a few typo's and
formatting problems, if you have any that you would like to add, please drop
me a note offline. Please note that I will be limiting these changes to
presentation and typography and *not* editorial and that these changes will
be clearly marked for the benefit of the reader.
Thanks in advance,
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Neuman, Jeff" <Jeff.Neuman@neustar.us>
Sent: Sunday, December 01, 2002 11:07 PM
Subject: [nc-transfer] Impact to Registries
> Apologies for the late submission.
> IMPACT TO GTLD REGISTRIES
> This report contemplates several new and/or modified obligations that will
> impact gTLD Registries and, as is the case with the gTLD Registrars, it
> be important to ensure that ICANN and the DNSO are prepared to undertake
> outreach and education to ensure that all Registries and Registrars are
> aware of and compliant with these new and modified obligations.
> Perhaps the recommendation with the most impact on the gTLD Registries is
> the possibility that they serve as a dispute resolution provider in cases
> where Registrars either dispute a transfer or alternatively, the NACK of a
> transfer by the losing Registrar. This may require gTLD Registries to
> supply new resources, including customer support and staff, that it does
> currently provide. In addition, it may require gTLD Registries to engage
> limited fact-finding investigations in an attempt to enforce the
> recommendations set forth in this report. Undoubtedly this may end up
> adding additional costs to the gTLD Registries which will be recoverable
> under the existing gTLD Registry Agreements with ICANN.
> The Task Force does not believe the costs incurred as a result of these
> modifications will be substantial in light of the report's efforts to
> standardize the transfer process, thereby creating increased certainty for
> end users, and ultimately portability of domain names. During
> implementation discussions, further identification of cost areas can be
> undertaken by a joint working group of ICANN staff, Registrars, Registries
> and as needed, outside technical experts.
> Jeffrey J. Neuman, Esq.
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