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ICANN’s SSAD and Governmental Accreditation Authorities Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Gulten Tepe (ICANN Org)
54:06
Hello everyone, welcome! Video and audio recordings of this webinar will be published on the SSAD ODP webpage at; https://www.icann.org/ssadodp
Gulten Tepe (ICANN Org)
54:21
This webinar will be presented in English with interpretation in Arabic, Chinese, French, Russian, and Spanish available through the Adigo dial in line. Participants wishing to listen and speak English simply need to join the session via Zoom. If you face any connectivity issues, you may also join the session via phone. In that case, you need to dial into the session by using the ICANN Adigo International Dial-in Number List and enter 9001 for English. Note: The Universal Toll Number works anywhere globally.If you wish to listen and speak a language other than English, please dial into the session by using the ICANN Adigo International Dial-in Number List. Once you reach the conference center, you need to enter your language channel ID, per details below.Conference ID (French): 9002Conference ID (Spanish): 9003Conference ID (Chinese): 9004Conference ID (Russian): 9005Conference ID (Arabic): 9006
Gulten Tepe (ICANN Org)
01:00:01
Sharing the link to ICANN Adigo Dial-in List again; https://www.adigo.com/icann/
Viacheslav Erokhin (GAC Russia)
01:02:35
what does "billing process" mean?
Frank Anati
01:04:42
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Eleeza Agopian
01:05:46
@Viacheslav, the design accounts for a billing system for accreditors and requestors that would be routed through the Central Accreditation Authority, for non-governmental requestors. It’s captured here as governments must consider how to process fees for disclosure requests.
Nigel Hickson UK GAC
01:07:20
Assume a national government authority can settle all relevant fees with ICANN if wishes?
Viacheslav Erokhin (GAC Russia)
01:08:13
Can?
Eleeza Agopian
01:09:09
To be clear, all data requestors are expected to pay fees for their requests regardless of whether they receive the requested data.
AR_María Gabriela Mattausch
01:09:12
I would appreciate to deepen on the "fees issue" please. Thanks a lot.
Viacheslav Erokhin (GAC Russia)
01:10:12
Thank you for clarification
Eleeza Agopian
01:10:31
@Nigel, I’m not sure I understand your question. Could you clarify? Or we could discuss after the presentation?
Nigel Hickson UK GAC
01:13:57
Apologies; was just to confirm that the numerous folks (we accredit) would not need to set up financial contracts with ICANN if we decided to have fees paid by our AA
Eleeza Agopian
01:14:30
@Nigel, yes. That certainly makes sense.
Eleeza Agopian
01:15:31
In the design, we assumed that the accreditation authorities would be the ones to remit funds to ICANN org. Not individuals.
Eleeza Agopian
01:16:08
14.2 may be a helpful reference: "The objective is that the SSAD is financially self-sufficient without causing any additional fees for registrants. Data subjects MUST NOT bear the costs for having data disclosed to third parties; Requestors of the SSAD data should primarily bear the costs of maintaining this system."
Nigel Hickson UK GAC
01:18:27
@Eleeza thanks
Chris Lewis-Evans (UK)
01:22:40
2 previous I think
Elena Plexida
01:29:04
On the designation to ICANN org, to be clear, the internal process to designate (choose or create) a gov AA is up to each country. We are not suggesting that the MFA is doing that. We are only suggesting that the MFA (or equivalent) announces to ICANN org
Jeff Neuman (GNSO Liaison to GAC)
01:30:42
So the billing referred to in the recommendations is billing for the accreditation process within a country. But if there is a "per request" charge, that is intended to be billed by the SSAD?
Francisco Arias Correa
01:32:16
There are three types of fees: 1) accreditation; 2) declaration verification; and 3) request processing
Francisco Arias Correa
01:32:36
All of which we are proposing will be handled by the relevant accreditation authority
Jeff Neuman (GNSO Liaison to GAC)
01:34:00
Francisco, I think what we are hearing is that governments do not have an easy way to bill individuals. Its actually a very complex process for many governments to send out invoices and collect from individuals.
Eleeza Agopian
01:35:54
@Jeff, the intention is not to have government bill their accredited users, but they do have to pay for requests on behalf of their users.
Jose Franco GAC-PT
01:36:26
Hi Elena, can you tell me what is MFA?
Chris Lewis-Evans (UK)
01:37:08
Multi Factor Authentication
Elena Plexida
01:37:18
Apologies, was trying to be fast. It is Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Jose Franco GAC-PT
01:37:38
Thanks Elena
Nigel Hickson UK GAC
01:41:33
+1 Susan
Susan Chalmers
01:42:00
Nope, sorry! Hand lowered. Thanks.
Manal Ismail
01:42:17
no worries Susan .. Thanks ..
Jose Franco GAC-PT
01:45:17
it is up to the gac of each country to communicate to the respectivegovernment the need to nominate AA's?
Nigel Hickson UK GAC
01:45:21
Thanks
AR_María Gabriela Mattausch
01:46:59
I agree with Jeff and Goran. Not easy to follow new processes, commit participation of key actors (law enforcement) and make them collect and transfer financial resources. Test environments might be important
Elena Plexida
01:50:15
@ Jose - yes, at least to highlight that there needs to be a gov AA so a county’s governmental officials can be accredited with their gov status
Eleeza Agopian
01:50:53
Thanks Chris. I’ll be in touch. (My daughter will be optional. 🙂 )
Jose Franco GAC-PT
01:50:55
Thanks, Eelena
Nigel Hickson UK GAC
01:52:23
Thank you all.
Viacheslav Erokhin (GAC Russia)
01:52:28
Thank you!
Yaovi Atohoun - ICANN Org
01:52:44
Thank you!
AR_María Gabriela Mattausch
01:52:50
thank you
AT Stefan Vouk
01:52:52
Thank you!
Elena Plexida
01:52:54
Thank you all!