RE: [pdp-pcceg-feb06] PDP Feb06 task force call 16 January 2007 - 1900 UTC
- To: "'Neuman, Jeff'" <Jeff.Neuman@xxxxxxxxxx>, "'Avri Doria'" <avri@xxxxxxx>
- Subject: RE: [pdp-pcceg-feb06] PDP Feb06 task force call 16 January 2007 - 1900 UTC
- From: "Marilyn Cade" <marilynscade@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2007 18:05:26 -0500
Dear Liz and other ICANN staff
I don't think it is really as effective to rely on the publication of a
master calendar as the routine communication with a TF regarding meetings.
Perhaps for now, until members of the community get used to having to check
the web site for updates, we could return to having a 'push' approach to
communicating with the TF members. Over time, we may all learn to check the
web site, but as busy folks, I confess to having lost track myself.
We don't expect the Councilors to remember, but Glen sends them reminders,
of course, they can then check the web site...
We are all creatures of habit, but more importantly, pretty consumed with
day to day work as well as ICANN work. Would be helpful to have a 'reminder'
policy by staff.
[mailto:owner-pdp-pcceg-feb06@xxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Neuman, Jeff
Sent: Friday, January 12, 2007 2:26 PM
To: Avri Doria
Subject: RE: [pdp-pcceg-feb06] PDP Feb06 task force call 16 January 2007 -
OK. Then it was my miss. Unfortunately, I will not be able to attend
due to previous commitments, but I am hoping some others from the
registry constituency will be able to join.
Below are some initial thoughts for discussion purposes on TOR 5. These
are my own personal thoughts and do not necessarily reflect the views of
NeuStar and/or the gTLD Registries Constituency (except where so
1. As stated by the gTLD registry constituencies, in order to
evaluate any policy recommendations, the term "registry data" needs to
2. In addition, the group needs to recognize that there are
different types of registry data, some of which is Personal Data, some
of which is completely unrelated to Personal Data. To the extent that
such information is Personal Data (as defined in the existing contracts
or by applicable national law), such data may already be properly dealt
with in the WHOIS policies, the existing contracts, or in many instances
by applicable law.
3. Where such data is not Personal Data, but relates to other
types of data collected by registries, such data needs to be defined.
Perhaps the task force should send a formal request to the registries
asking for the type of data it collects.
4. Work must also be done to establish what rights, either by
contract, law or otherwise, that parties other than registries, have in
the non-Personal data. The reason I state this is that there has been a
claim by some that individuals/businesses/entities, etc. have some sort
of privacy or other right in their "non-personal" data (i.e., traffic
data). I personally have never seen such laws or regulations, but I
would be happy for someone to show me the basis for those claims. In
the event that the Task Force is even thinking about limiting the use of
any non-personal data, there needs to be some basis in law, contract,
etc. for such limitation. Please also recognize that any limitations
placed on such data by "Consensus Policy" must also be consistent with
the GNSO's mandate and the existing contracts.
5. Finally, the group needs to recognize that registries often
use registry data for security purposes (security for its own TLD and
security for the Internet as a whole). Registries may or may not be
able to disclose how such information is being used, but care must be
taken as to not restrict a registry's right to use registry data for
Jeffrey J. Neuman, Esq.
Sr. Director, Law, Advanced Services & Business Development
From: Avri Doria [mailto:avri@xxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, January 12, 2007 12:26 PM
To: Neuman, Jeff
Subject: Re: [pdp-pcceg-feb06] PDP Feb06 task force call 16 January 2007
- 1900 UTC
On 12 jan 2007, at 10.53, Neuman, Jeff wrote:
> Did I miss the previous announcement on a January 16th meeting? If it
> was previously announced, I apologize for this note. If, however, it
> was not, when was this decided?
> Jeffrey J. Neuman, Esq.
> Sr. Director, Law, Advanced Services & Business Development
> NeuStar, Inc.
It was announced as part of the entire schedule back in Liz Williams
schedule email of 4 Dec 2006, and has been listed in the GNSO master
schedule for several weeks now.