RE: [nc-whois] Draft WHOIS Implementation Report
Some very helpful discussions today...
Perhaps a recommendation of this TF might be that in further TF's the R/R community perhaps via such an implementation committee, should be engaged at a specific point in time, perhaps as a formal part of the comment process. :-)
From: Kristy McKee [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 7:06 PM
To: Cade,Marilyn S - LGCRP
Cc: Steve Metalitz; NC-WHOIS (E-mail)
Subject: RE: [nc-whois] Draft WHOIS Implementation Report
I really appreciated your comments during our meeting today. The sections
you highlighted were difficult for me to understand as well. I believe a
bit of minor editing could clarify the text and found your suggestions helpful.
1) What happens in the event that the complainant is fraudulent?
2) Where is their definition of what constitutes accurate data?
3) Why is it that even if the Registrant can be contacted using some of
the data, but not all their data is proven (by an unknown standard) to be
accurate, do they lose their domain name?
4) Will we support development of a process to protect good Registrants
who keep accurate data from being dragged through this accuracy/deletion
process? I suggest a list people can join if they can make their data fit
within certain classification.
Thank you for offering to write-up our concerns.