[gnso-dow123] Comments on the report - NCUC
I have a conflicting call at 10:30 and will join you late. In the interim, I would like to make the following points: 1) Only the oPOC proposal should be considered and fleshed out in this proposal. As Ross said, it has no business standing as an equal partner with the oPOC. It must be in the report later as a constituency presentation of IPC. Or as a much later introduced minority report. 2) Steve's proposal is imposes an insane amount of liability on registrars (imagine you are a registrar evaluating my request for privacy because I believe my soon to be ex-spouse wanted to stalk me. Then suppose the registrar denies the request, my personal data is revealed, and I get stalked and hurt. You can bet I'll sue the registrars for millions, and I won't be the only one. If someone is killed, their business is dead.). What works for ccTLDs with government protection does not work for private companies w/o it. 3) Existing outside comment Where shall the report put existing outside comment, in particular the messages from data protection commissioners individually and through the article 29 working party that the oPOC satisfies their desire for privacy of personal data and continuing collection and availability of that data on an as-needed, as-legally-allowed basis. We have had a lot of high level comment, particularly surrounding Marrakech, and it must be included.