Re: [pdp-pcceg-feb06] ToR 5 discussions - correction
- To: "Avri Doria" <avri@xxxxxxx>, owner-pdp-pcceg-feb06@xxxxxxxxx, "PDPfeb06" <pdp-pcceg-feb06@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [pdp-pcceg-feb06] ToR 5 discussions - correction
- From: marilynscade@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 18:49:17 +0000
We have existing work of course from the Rap group into the TF. So we are now
tryiing to augment previous discussions. Jeff has offered one
perspective/contriution, but we sld hear additional ideas.
For instance the only categories are not personal and personal. A category is
traffic data, which was the original issue of discussion, and somehow morphed
into the ToR into "registry data"m Th BC expressed concern abt traffic data,
and what it is used for. It may or may not be personal. Is traffic data
inclusive of null resolutions? Shld this be gathered? Why? Who should have
access? Is traffic data that show indications of threats to the Internet and
the DNS truly limited to only registries of their servers/services, or are
there instances of threats that wld have implications for the Backbone
operators-- those who actually build and operate the Internet's infractructure
and move and transport packets? Not to deny the role of registries, but the
Internet has other critical parties affected by security threats to the DNS and
What part of traffic data is relevant to the role played by other parties?
Should traffic data related to null resolutions be gathered? Why? If gathered
is the data relevant to any other party, and if so why? Is it relavant to the
role and functions of registry? If so, how? Are there any limitations since
registries are prohibited from actiing as registrars?
But of course, siome of these discussions had begun in Rapp group who rec.
See you shortly!
From: Avri Doria <avri@xxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 11:49:27
Subject: Re: [pdp-pcceg-feb06] ToR 5 discussions - correction
On 16 jan 2007, at 11.15, Avri Doria wrote:
> Was thinking about ways to structure the conversation on ToR 5.
> And without presupposing the content sent by Jon, was wondering
> whether the group accepted the way he structured the conversation.
I mean Jeff. Apologies.
> My interpretation of the questions is:
> 1. Need to define 'registry data'
> 2. Need to list types of 'registry data'
> Suggested categories:
> - Personal Data
> - Non Personal Data
> 4. Is Personal Data completely covered by whois discussion and out
> of scope for PDP06?
> 5. Are there rights covering Non Personal data? If so, how are
> they defined?
> 6. What consensus policies are appropriate for Non Personal Data?
> 7. To what extent are 'security' uses of data open for discussion
> and consensus policy?