Re: [gnso-raa-dt] FW: Expected staff inputs to RAA Working Group
- To: Steven Metalitz <met@xxxxxxx>, gnso-raa-dt@xxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: [gnso-raa-dt] FW: Expected staff inputs to RAA Working Group
- From: Holly Raiche <h.raiche@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2009 13:32:41 +1100
I've had a quick look through the SSAC Advisories. My suggestions are:
SAC41 - recommending against new TLDs (both g and cc) not use DNS
redirection and synthesized DNS responses (wildcarding). This issue
is also addressed in SAC 032 and SAC 006)
SAC040 - recommends steps/security measures registrars can take
SAC 038 - calling for a registrar abuse point of contact that has
someone with the technical competence to respond on a 24/7 basis
SAC 033 and 025 - about the accuracy of WHOIS data - this is already
in the RAA so maybe the provisions just need strengthening
SAC028 - recommends how registrars can reduce phishing attacks
SAC 024 and 022 - against Domain Name Front Running.
I'm not sure all of these are appropriate, but they all raise issues
that could be addressed either as a rule or, at the least, a
recommendation. (and for that matter, do we want something in the RAA
that at least suggests that registrars should heed SAC
recommendations where appropriate?
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On 12/11/2009, at 12:00 PM, Metalitz, Steven wrote:
Holly, thanks for this useful set of notes.
However, the subteam to which Doug and Danny's comments submissions
were directed is not the group working on the registrants' rights
charter. The charter is with subteam A (I copy Beau who is
coordinating that). Subteam B is working on topics for amendments
to the RAA. Some of these could deal directly with registrant
rights, others would not ,and some certainly would fall in the
category of additional requirements on registrars.
I agree that the SSAC advisories could be a good source of topics.
I suspect we do not have anyone from SSAC on our subteam. Would
anyone be in a position to look through these? I note from http://
that there are actually only 3 advisories (along with 6 reports)
that deal with registration services, that would at least be the
place to start.