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Re: [ga] Week #4: Policy to Guide Contractual Conditions for New Top Level Domains

  • To: Danny Younger <dannyyounger@xxxxxxxxx>, ICANN new-gtlds <new-gtlds-pdp-comments@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: Re: [ga] Week #4: Policy to Guide Contractual Conditions for New Top Level Domains
  • From: Jeff Williams <jwkckid1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 28 Dec 2005 01:51:00 -0800

Danny and all former DNSO GA members or other interested

There is no need for "Rounds" for applying for new TLD's.  Such
a notion again thwarts the free market system in a harmful and
anti-free trade manner.

Danny Younger wrote:

> This is the week to have a long hard look at
> contractual criteria.  Feel free to vent on such
> topics as presumptive-right-of-renewal, intellectual
> property protections, compliance provisions, etc.
> Also, please take note of this comment from the Board:
> "We also note the existence of a policy development
> process on new gTLDs and strongly believe that this
> policy development process should be informed by the
> results of the comments received on the proposed
> contract for .com and settlement with VeriSign."
> The GNSO Terms of Reference --
> Policy to Guide Contractual Conditions for New Top
> Level Domains:
> a.  Using the experience of previous rounds of top
> level domain name application processes and the recent
> amendments to registry services agreements, develop
> policies to guide the contractual criteria which are
> publicly available prior to any application rounds.
> b.  Determine what policies are necessary to provide
> security and stability of registry services.
> c.  Determine appropriate policies to guide a
> contractual compliance programme for registry
> services.
> __________________________________________
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