Re: [gnso-acc-sgb] Report for tomorrow
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- Subject: Re: [gnso-acc-sgb] Report for tomorrow
- From: Jeff Williams <jwkckid1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 23 May 2007 00:11:26 -0700
Milton and all sgb members,
Thank you for your report which I found very useful and
interesting. I did also consider a few points in your report
differing from my enturpration of what has been discussed
"What costs are incurred and who bears them?"
I don't recall any discussion directly on whom bares
the costs. I assume the whom will eventually be
As to "Special sectors." i.e. banks, I would add that
banks as a special sector, are also not widely considered
by consumers to be reasonably well regulated in some
instances which gives concern as to banks as a sector
should be third parties. Yet some banks would be
fairly well suited for such a role.
Regarding, Propositions suggested by the Chair:
"that LEAs can be recognized categorically as a party with
a legitimate need for access" is false. Many LEA's yes,
As to "b. The subgroup will not be able to achieve consensus or even
agreement on private party access; therefore we should, in our remaining
concentrate exclusively on reaching agreement on the mechanisms and type
access to be granted LEAs.", I tend to agree, as lone as this does not
apply to all LEAs, as some are definitely not legitimate.
And finally regarding,
"c. We should hold a straw poll on whether a special sectoral approach
I agree, however we should structure such a straw poll as to delineate
some or all banks.
Milton Mueller wrote:
> This report prepares the group for tomorrow's call and is intended to
> set the agenda for it. I apologize for its lateness; it involved
> compiling and trying to make sense of a lot of our discussions, a long
> and difficult task. A pdf and Word doc are attached.
> In this report I identify the key points of contention and propose
> actions in an attempt to move forward.
> Let me call your attention to the action items it contains. These will
> make more sense once you have read the entire report, but it might be
> useful to expose all members to them upfront:
> Propositions suggested by the Chair:
> a. There is consensus that LEAs can be recognized categorically as a
> party with a legitimate need for access.
> b. The subgroup will not be able to achieve consensus or even majority
> agreement on private party access; therefore we should, in our remaining
> time, concentrate exclusively on reaching agreement on the mechanisms
> and type of access to be granted LEAs.
> c. We should hold a straw poll on whether a special sectoral approach
> for banks has widespread support
> d. We should hold a straw poll on the degree of support that exists for
> the principle that private parties should only be granted Type 1
> (Type 1 access is defined in the report)
> I have not attached all the proposals to this draft as the proposals
> are all available elsewhere and there has (alas) been no conslidation or
> modification of proposals in response to discussion.
> I think we will need at least one more telecon (May 29) and possibly
> two to finalize our straw polls and report.
> Dr. Milton Mueller
> Syracuse University School of Information Studies
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