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Re: [registrars] Vote on dispute resolution policy
i was at the washington meeting and my feelings are right in line here as
----- Original Message -----
From: Amadeu Abril i Abril <Amadeu@nominalia.com>
To: Richard Lindsay <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, August 02, 1999 9:10 AM
Subject: Re: [registrars] Vote on dispute resolution policy
> Richard Lindsay wrote:
> > Amadeu and fellow registrars,
> > I would like to report to you that I intend to vote to approve
> > the WG-A report tonight. I understand Michael's concerns, but
> > as I was also at the meeting in Washington DC, I was sufficiently
> > convinced that WIPO does not intend or want to be a DRP monopoly.
> Whether WIPO intends so or not is perfectly irrelevant. I would like
> out that the recommendations specifically state tha t ICANN should
> an acreitation process for DRP Service providers.
> It might well turn out that in the very short run only WIPO would meet the
> criteria or even be prepared to apply, but I would be realy surprised if
> UNICTRAL, ICC, AAA and a number of other insitutions don't apply soon. If
> failed to do so, this would be their fault, not ours or WIPO's.
> > I think the overall result of the Washington DC meeting was
> > possitive, and that the DRP that is in formulation will be
> > able to meet most of our needs. I think we all agree we
> > definately need unanimity as far as a Dispute Resolution Policy.
> This is my positon as well.