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[nc-whois] our work tomorrow/request to Glen to send Louie the dial in...

Dear Thomas, 

thanks for forwarding this. given that there has been an accessible list for posting, I guess we are learning a lesson: Governments may prefer to send to TF through ICANN, or through the GAC. This introduces delay, but we really are still working out, at the Council level, what the liaison role will be with the Council...

We will all look forward to the posting of the next version of the document. I'll be online about 6:30 a.m. my time/then off around 7:30 a.m and not on again until after the call. 

Just in case, can you also send to my travel account: marilynscade@hotmail.com. That way I can log on from the office I will be at to get the posting. Thanks. 

ALL: Louie will join us at 12 p.m. Glen, did you send him the dial in information? 

-----Original Message-----
From: Thomas Roessler [mailto:roessler@does-not-exist.org]
Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 6:39 PM
To: nc-whois@dnso.org
Subject: [nc-whois] Intl. WG on Data Prot. in Telecoms letter

Please find attached a letter from the International Working Group
on Data Protection in Telecommunications which apparently hasn't
made its way to this Task Force through other channels, yet.

I "stumbled" over this document at the ICANN Studienkreis session in
Berlin today when an employee with the Berlin data protection
commissioner -- that authority hosts the Working Group's secretariat
-- talked about difficulties he experienced in trying to interact
with ICANN on WHOIS.

Concerning our drafting, I'll post an updated draft tomorrow
morning, i.e., about 6 hours prior to the call.

Thomas Roessler                        <roessler@does-not-exist.org>

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