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RE: [gnso-irtp-b-jun09] [FWD: [council] Call for Volunteers: Policy Development Process (PDP) Working Group Members - Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy (IRTP) Part C]

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  • Subject: RE: [gnso-irtp-b-jun09] [FWD: [council] Call for Volunteers: Policy Development Process (PDP) Working Group Members - Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy (IRTP) Part C]
  • From: "James M. Bladel" <jbladel@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 05 Oct 2011 07:30:01 -0700

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font-size:10pt;"><div>Team:<br><br>I have also volunteered for 
IRTP-C.</div><div><br></div><div>See you 
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Subject: [gnso-irtp-b-jun09] [FWD: [council] Call for Volunteers:<br>
Policy Development Process (PDP) Working Group Members - Inter-Registrar<br>
Transfer Policy (IRTP) Part C]<br>
From: "Tim Ruiz" &lt;<a 
Date: Mon, October 03, 2011 3:35 pm<br>
To: <a 
FYI below. Hope we will see at least some of this group volunteer.<br> <br> 
Best,<br> Tim<br> <br> &gt; -------- Original Message --------<br> &gt; 
Subject: [council] Call for Volunteers: Policy Development Process<br> &gt; 
(PDP) Working Group Members - Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy (IRTP)<br> &gt; 
Part C<br> &gt; From: Glen de Saint Géry&lt;<a 
href="mailto:Glen@xxxxxxxxx";>Glen@xxxxxxxxx</a>&gt;<br> &gt; Date: Sun, October 
02, 2011 5:15 am<br> &gt; To: "<a 
href="mailto:council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx";>council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx</a>" &lt;<a 
href="mailto:council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx";>council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx</a>&gt;<br> &gt; 
<br> &gt; <br> &gt; Call for Volunteers: Policy Development Process (PDP) 
Working Group Members - Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy (IRTP) Part 
CÂ&nbsp;<br> &gt; In BriefThe Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) 
Council seeks volunteers to serve on a Working Group that will address issues 
related to the transfer of domain names between registrars. After investigating 
and considering specific issues (detailed below), the Working Group is expected 
to recommend how to handle these issues, which could include proposals for 
changes to the existing Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy (a consensus policy 
adopted in 2004). <br> &gt; What This Group Will DoThe initial tasks of the 
group will be to consider the following questions[1] and make recommendations 
to the GNSO Council:<br> &gt; <br> &gt; <br> &gt; 
a)Â&nbsp;Â&nbsp;Â&nbsp;Â&nbsp;Â&nbsp; "Change of Control" function, including 
an investigation of how this function is currently achieved, if there are any 
applicable models in the country-code name space that can be used as a best 
practice for the gTLD space, and any associated security concerns. It should 
also include a review of locking procedures, as described in Reasons for Denial 
#8 and #9, with an aim to balance legitimate transfer activity and 
security.<br> &gt; b)Â&nbsp;Â&nbsp;Â&nbsp;Â&nbsp;Â&nbsp; Whether provisions on 
time-limiting Form Of Authorization (FOA)s should be implemented to avoid 
fraudulent transfers out. For example, if a Gaining Registrar sends and 
receives an FOA back from a transfer contact, but the name is locked, the 
registrar may hold the FOA pending adjustment to the domain name status, during 
which time the registrant or other registration information may have 
changed.<br> &gt; c)Â&nbsp;Â&nbsp;Â&nbsp;Â&nbsp;Â&nbsp;Â&nbsp; Whether the 
process could be streamlined by a requirement that registries use IANA IDs for 
registrars rather than proprietary IDs.<br> &gt; How This Group Will WorkICANN 
Working Groups use transparent, open processes. The meetings of this WG will be 
recorded, and the recordings will be available to the public. The mailing list 
for the IRTP Part C WG will be archived publicly. Working Group members are 
expected to submit Statements of Interest (SOI). The group will collaborate 
using a public workspace. The Working Group is expected to follow the GNSO 
Working Group Guidelines.<br> &gt; How to JoinThe Council invites interested 
parties to provide names of expected participants who can then be added to the 
WG mailing list. The GNSO Council may also invite stakeholders and experts to 
join. Participants in the Working Group that addressed IRTP Part B are 
especially encouraged to apply. Community members who wish to be invited to 
join the group should contact the GNSO secretariat (<a 
href="http://gnso.secretariat@xxxxxxxxx";>gnso.secretariat@xxxxxxxxx</a>). This 
WG is already forming; please apply promptly. <br> &gt; Â&nbsp;<br> &gt; 
BackgroundThe Inter©\Registrar Transfer Policy (IRTP) is a consensus policy 
adopted in 2004 to provide a straightforward procedure for domain name holders 
to transfer domain names between registrars. An overall review of this policy 
identified areas that require clarification or improvement. At its meeting of 
22 September 2011, the Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) Council 
passed a resolution chartering a Policy Development Process (PDP) Working Group 
(WG) to address the topic of Inter-Registrar Transfer Policies (IRTP) Part C. 
Because the initial review identified a wide range of issues related to 
transferring domain names, the issues have been categorized into subsets. This 
Working Group will tackle the issues referred to as ¡°Part C¡±.<br> &gt; 
Â&nbsp;<br> &gt; Sent on behalf of the GNSO Chair, St¨¦phane van Gelder<br> 
&gt; Â&nbsp;<br> &gt; Â&nbsp;<br> &gt; Â&nbsp;<br> &gt; Glen de Saint 
G¨¦ry<br> &gt; GNSO Secretariat<br> &gt; <a 
 &gt; <a href="http://gnso.icann.org";>http://gnso.icann.org</a><br> &gt; 
Â&nbsp;<br> &gt; Â&nbsp;<br> &gt; <br> &gt; [1] See the Final Issue Report on 
the IRTP Part C for further details on each of these issues. <br> &gt; <br> 
&gt; <br> &gt; <br> <br> 

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