[gnso-contro-wg] Thread 1: disputes brought by non ICANN entities
1. Propose creating a category called Controversial Names for use at the top level only. A label that is applied for would be considered Controversial if during the Public Comment phase of the new gTLD application process the label becomes disputed by a formal notice of a consensus position from an ICANN Advisory Committee or ICANN Supporting Organization, and otherwise meets the definition of Controversial Names as defined above.
1. Is a dispute by a non ICANN body allowed? If so, are there any constraints involved? Is the process the same as for an ICANN AC?