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Michelle DeSmyter's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Kristine Dorrain (Amazon Registry)
20:14
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1qEsME1KGKXb-Iwn8bTeAqYcQ5r4i9AvB/edit#gid=1661980864
Kristine Dorrain (Amazon Registry)
22:29
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BIJ4BV2WPI-daz0ENN83XmlexraSnhtGu80fbM-DYCk/edit
Kurt Pritz
26:01
I think a use restriction might fall into the mitigation category because it is something that is enforced and not verified a priori. But this might be a good thing - to give Type 2s some categories.
James Galvin (Afilias)
27:03
@kurt - i agree with the point. What makes me keep it on the “pre” side is just the idea that the registrant does have to “agree” to the use restriction.
Rick Wilhelm (Verisign)
30:29
I’ll just do some typing
Sam Demetriou
30:58
Editing works for me
Kurt Pritz
31:38
Hi Jim: all registrants have to agree to Acceptable Use restrictions when registering the name. They are usually pretty bland for ‘open’ TLDs but can be more stringent. I think it goes to when the validation/verification/restriction is tested for compliance with the requirement. Sorry - too much in the weeds/
Kristine Dorrain (Amazon Registry)
33:04
@Kurt, want to jump into the queue?
James Galvin (Afilias)
38:54
@kurt - the distinction i’m making is not about enforcement. I agree that “enforcement” is a type 2 issue. I’m making the distinction about whether or not the registrant has a decision point. If they do, then I’m biased on the side of pre-registration. Part of the reason for that, again in my mind, is that enforcement is something that all TLDs do, so the type 2 is really about those that depend only on enforcement. this is just my view of course.
Kristine Dorrain (Amazon Registry)
52:46
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1qEsME1KGKXb-Iwn8bTeAqYcQ5r4i9AvB/edit#gid=1661980864
James Galvin (Afilias)
56:29
+1 donna - this aligns well with my suggestion that we try to keep this process “administrative” eventually.
Donna Austin, Neustar
01:00:03
@Kristine, you could put this out to the full RySG membership list and see what response you get.
Donna Austin, Neustar
01:00:22
At least that would be a reasonable representative sample.
J.C. Vignes (Uniregistry)
01:03:06
and potentially give us time to get authorisations from clients
J.C. Vignes (Uniregistry)
01:06:26
Great point @Kristin… but you and I know that IP departments would see it differently just because they don’t understand it…
Sam Demetriou
01:10:55
Not sure about just a Nic page, but other smaller TLDs could be targets for compromised domains…so may not want to discount entirely