RE: [nc-whois] Letter from IWGDPT
Thank you, Marily. We had assumed this was the case. But we were
doing due diligence in forwarding the letter to the Task Force.
At 3:54 PM -0500 2/16/03, Cade,Marilyn S - LGCRP wrote:
>Dear Louis and Stuart
>Thanks for forwarding the link to the letter from the International
>Working Group on Data Protection in Telecommunications.
>The co-chairs will send an acknowledgement shortly. While we
>appreciate receiving this, we want to assure you that the TF was
>already taking the input into account from the version which Thomas
>Roessler had conveyed.
>The final report on some aspects of accuracy and bulk access which
>will be voted on by the Council 2/20, is not addressing this issue
>nor making a recommendation regarding searchability. Instead, the
>issues related to searchability will be addressed in one of the
>Issues Reports, to be published prior to the Rio ICANN meeting.
>Please be assured that the Task Force appreciates receiving this
>input and will be discussing it, and other related inputs, further
>in the preparation of the Issues Reports. At the Rio meeting, the
>Issues Reports will be on the agenda of the Council; at that time,
>the Task Force will also provide some recommendations on possible
>ways to address each of the Issues Reports.
>We welcome further dialogue with ICANN.
>Marilyn Cade, Co-chair
>From: Louis Touton [mailto:email@example.com]
>Sent: Saturday, February 15, 2003 7:51 PM
>Cc: Stuart Lynn
>Subject: [nc-whois] Letter from IWGDPT
>To the Whois Task Force:
>We have now obtained a copy of the letter (a copy of which Thomas
>Roessler got this month at a seminar in Berlin) from Hansjürgen Garstka
>of the International Working Group on Data Protection in
>Telecommunications to Stuart Lynn concerning Whois policy. It has been
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