Re: [soac-mapo] Clarifying Draft Rec for "Incitement" (for Summary of Issues/Recommendations)
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- Subject: Re: [soac-mapo] Clarifying Draft Rec for "Incitement" (for Summary of Issues/Recommendations)
- From: Richard Tindal <richardtindal@xxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 09 Sep 2010 16:17:00 -0700
In that case, the problem I have (and I suspect a problem of others in the
Group who aren't law professors) is that I don't know who's right. I know
ICANN has employed
high powered legal talent to come up with the current language. I don't know
if you're right or they're right.
Also, as a lay person, I think a TLD string could, on its own, result in
violence -- but that's just my opinion.
Is this an acceptable compromise --- Instead of recommending specific changes
we offer our views (per your note) and ask for the current language to be
re-assessed in light of those views?
On Sep 9, 2010, at 3:54 PM, Mary Wong wrote:
> Sure - the proposal for "incitement" was to replace, that for "promotion" was
> to remove.
> Hope that helps!
> Mary W S Wong
> Professor of Law
> Chair, Graduate IP Programs
> UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE SCHOOL OF LAW
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> From: Richard Tindal <richardtindal@xxxxxx>
> To: soac-mapo <soac-mapo@xxxxxxxxx>
> Date: 9/9/2010 6:50 PM
> Subject: Re: [soac-mapo] Draft Rec for "Incitement" (for Summary of
> OK, maybe it didn't read as well as I thought.
> I saw it simply a statement of various views - and not as a hard
> Mary - could you clarify?
> On Sep 9, 2010, at 3:35 PM, Gomes, Chuck wrote:
> > Did I misunderstand the statement/recommendation drafted by Mary? I
> > didn't understand that it recommended that the term 'incitement' be
> > removed but rather that the term 'promotion' be removed: " The term
> > "promotion" should be removed from the AGB. (Mary Wong)"
> > If we removed both terms, wouldn't we be eliminating all three
> > categories? Is that the intent?
> > Chuck
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: owner-soac-mapo@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-soac-mapo@xxxxxxxxx] On
> >> Behalf Of Konstantinos Komaitis
> >> Sent: Thursday, September 09, 2010 6:21 PM
> >> To: Mary Wong; soac-mapo
> >> Subject: Re: [soac-mapo] Draft Rec for "Incitement" (for Summary of
> >> Issues/Recommendations)
> >> Thanks Mary for this. I agree - 'incitement' is an unfit term for this
> >> process and is used erroneously. I support the recommendation for the
> >> term to be removed.
> >> KK
> >> On 09/09/2010 23:01, "Mary Wong" <Mary.Wong@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> I agree, and note that Richard used the phrase "Principles of Ordre
> >> Publique" in an earlier email. I've adopted it in the attached draft
> >> recommendation on the use of the term "incitement" (and thank
> >> Konstantinos for starting the draft and dredging up the various emails
> >> concerning the issue!)
> >> I've also used the same font as Margie, in the hope it will facilitate
> >> editing and insertion.
> >> Something on Quick Look to follow, shortly .... (I hope :)
> >> Cheers
> >> Mary
> >> Mary W S Wong
> >> Professor of Law
> >> Chair, Graduate IP Programs
> >> UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE SCHOOL OF LAW Two White Street Concord, NH
> >> 03301 USA Email: mary.wong@xxxxxxxxxxx Phone: 1-603-513-5143 Webpage:
> >> http://www.law.unh.edu/marywong/index.php Selected writings available
> >> on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN) at:
> >> http://ssrn.com/author=437584
> >> From: Konstantinos Komaitis <k.komaitis@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >> To: Margie Milam <Margie.Milam@xxxxxxxxx>, soac-mapo <soac-
> >> mapo@xxxxxxxxx>
> >> Date: 9/9/2010 5:55 PM
> >> Subject: Re: [soac-mapo] Summary of Issues/Recommendations
> >> Dear Margie,
> >> Thanks for this, it is really helpful.
> >> One point - I think we decided at this point to use the term 'ordre
> >> publique' and abandon the term 'public interest' when it comes to
> >> objections. I think 'ordre publique' came out of our discussion with
> >> Carroll and it is something that Mary also suggested (?).
> >> Thanks
> >> KK
> >> On 09/09/2010 19:33, "Margie Milam" <Margie.Milam@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> Dear All,
> >> Please find enclosed for your review suggested language that
> > summarizes
> >> the topics discussed and the proposed recommendations. Although some
> >> of you are working on language to insert in this document, I thought
> >> this might serve as a starting point for you.
> >> It is very difficult to glean all of the details from the email list,
> >> so please accept my apologies if I misstated the principles or the
> >> recommendations. Also, there are areas where I was unable to sketch
> >> an outline of the issue or proposed recommendation, such as the Quick
> >> Look Procedure, Timing of Rec6 Dispute, and Guidebook Criterion 4.
> >> Hopefully volunteers can assist in describing the issue and proposed
> >> resolution.
> >> Thanks,
> >> Margie
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