Re: [gtld-council] PDP Dec 05: Follow-up to 23 June
- To: ross@xxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: [gtld-council] PDP Dec 05: Follow-up to 23 June
- From: Norbert Klein <nhklein@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2007 13:05:12 -0400
Ross Rader wrote:
One must consider that in order for something to be "shown to be in
violation of the laws of the jurisdiction...etc" that some sort of
judicial process must be engaged.
Unless there is some sort of a judicial finding, we would only have
the allegation of a violation - which isn't a substantial reason to
put the brakes on an application.
Thanks, Ross - this has also been my concern, I wrote so before.
If there is no clear, legal definition what is a "substantial" concern,
coming from a source which is relevant to have a decisive power, we end
up to have no clear handle.
The reference to national legislation seems to me the only clear point
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