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RE: [SPAM] [gnso-irtp-b-jun09] Expedited Transfer Reverse Policy (eTRP) (Draft)

  • To: "'James M. Bladel'" <jbladel@xxxxxxxxxxx>, "'IRTP B Mailing List'" <Gnso-irtp-b-jun09@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: RE: [SPAM] [gnso-irtp-b-jun09] Expedited Transfer Reverse Policy (eTRP) (Draft)
  • From: "Michael Collins" <mc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 11:37:38 -0400

James and the group,

Domainers are often the victims of hijackings. They are victims when their 
domains are hijacked and they are sometimes victims when they unknowingly buy 
hijacked domains. Expediting the return of hijacked domains can reduce the 
financial damages to high traffic websites and reduce the time that a 
perpetrator has to find a buyer for a stolen domain. It is my opinion that 
hijackers under time pressure to get rid of their stolen domains are also more 
likely to send signals to experienced buyers that something is wrong with a 
deal than those who feel that they have plenty of time. The domainers who 
recognize these signals are often the ones who first report a hijacking.

I support and believe that the domainer community will support eTRP provided 
that we safeguard against a new way for hijackings or fraud to occur. We must 
stick to our original intent (at least my understanding of it) and provide a 
quick return, but not eliminate all means to dispute the return even if it 
requires the dispute to take place after the return has occurred.

Thank you to all in the subgroup who created this draft document. Let's 
continue this important work.

Best regards,
Michael Collins
+1. 407 242 9009 mobile

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gnso-irtp-b-jun09@xxxxxxxxx 
[mailto:owner-gnso-irtp-b-jun09@xxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of James M. Bladel
Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2010 12:04 AM
To: IRTP B Mailing List
Subject: [SPAM] [gnso-irtp-b-jun09] Expedited Transfer Reverse Policy (eTRP) 


Attached, please find two documents:

  *  A draft of the Expedited Transfer Reverse Policy (eTRP).  This is a draft 
recommendation for a new policy, and very much a work in progress.
 But the general structure has been developed and reviewed by various 
stakeholders in the GNSO community.

  *  A spreadsheet capturing feedback received from Registries, Registrars, and 
ICANN Policy & Legal teams.  Many of these items were received as comments to 
an earlier draft, and this version (Apr 11) has been modified to reflect some 
of the feedback received.  Other items were specifically deferred for 
discussion by our group as a whole.

I look forward to discussing these during our next call.

Thank you,


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