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(CPH) - Practical Insights on Data Disclosure from Contracted Parties
Terri Agnew
36:39
Please review ICANN Expected Standards of Behavior here: https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/expected-standards-2016-06-28-en
Terri Agnew
36:51
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Terri Agnew
37:04
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Terri Agnew
42:58
Slides and recordings can be found on the GNSO Calendar shortly:https://gnso.icann.org/en/group-activities/calendar#sep
Michele Neylon (Blacknight)
44:46
I want his sourdough recipe
Sarah Wyld (Tucows)
44:55
Sorry Michele, that's private
Michele Neylon (Blacknight)
45:31
Well I’d go and nag him directly, but he’s in the only part of Ireland that’s locked down at the moment
Alan Woods (Donuts Inc)
58:00
oh I didn't say I I was a successful baker! :D
Steve Crocker
59:10
Allan: Stellar presentation! Informative and well done. Thanks!
Alan Woods (Donuts Inc)
59:53
Thank you Steve - I appreciate it!
Owen Smigelski (Namecheap)
01:02:14
The data from ICANN Compliance is published at: https://features.icann.org/compliance/dashboard/2020/0820/report
Owen Smigelski (Namecheap)
01:02:40
… under the section entitled “Registrar Complaints with Evidence of Alleged Violation of the Temporary Specification - 1 February 2020 to Date”
Owen Smigelski (Namecheap)
01:11:03
“Registrar and Registry Minimum Required Information for WHOIS Data Requests” is available at: https://rrsg.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/RrSG-Minimum-Required-Information-for-a-Whois-Data-Requests.pdf
Fred Felman
01:12:16
Alan - I don’t understand. If the basis of GDPR was established in WW2, and, we know now that there are millions of global online businesses managing the personal data of billions of people, that those businesses use technology and user accepted terms and conditions to manage the collection and use of personal data in full compliance of GDPR and local laws like those in California, why is it so hard for registrars to collect this data an manage it responsibly with decades of precedence at other online companies?
Owen Smigelski (Namecheap)
01:15:49
@Fred- thanks for the question. We will answer during the QnA section
Siemen Roorda
01:16:00
Beth / general: How do you deal with language if you get a data disclosure request? Do you enforce everything to be in English or your other supported languages? If not, how would you handle requests in languages not supported by your company (which can be as common as Spanish or French, or as uncommon as Korean)? In EPDP rec #3 it says “must be in English”, but is that accepted in real life?
Fred Felman
01:16:54
Thanks Owen And if there’s time … a follow-up. — Absolutely, personal privacy is a right guaranteed by law and common decency, however, so is consumer protection. With respect to commercial enterprises, they have no right to privacy, in fact, they have an obligation to be transparent. So, why not disclose the registration contact data automatically and transparently for commercial activity on the web including registration data? And anticipating a potential response, for individuals that choose their own name or managed their own personal data inappropriately, isn’t it the responsibility of a business owner to protect their own personal data with respect to their contact data for their business? Do their rights trump the potential harms to consumers by allowing them to cloak the actual identity of the business?
Owen Smigelski (Namecheap)
01:17:02
As a reminder, please wait until the QnA section to ask questions by voice, or please use the QnA pod.
Siemen Roorda
01:18:38
thx for correcting me :)
Owen Smigelski (Namecheap)
01:19:25
Thanks @Siemen
Terri Agnew
01:21:20
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Terri Agnew
01:21:45
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Fred Felman
01:27:46
I’ll drop my questions in the question box, sorry for my error, and apologies in advance, I’ll need to listen to the responses, if any on the replay, I have another meeting at the top of the hour.
Luca Barbero
01:34:23
sorry I have to drop off … very interesting
Terri Agnew
01:36:56
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Siemen Roorda
01:44:26
Thank you, Beth
Brian Beckham (WIPO)
01:48:29
could I ask a follow up question?
Owen Smigelski (Namecheap)
01:48:51
We should have time for a follow up @Brian
Sarah Wyld (Tucows)
01:55:50
I also presented the statistics
Sarah Wyld (Tucows)
01:55:57
and I did mis-speak, you're right
Sarah Wyld (Tucows)
01:56:19
I intended to refer to the rate of TYPE of requestor - overwhelmingly related to intellectual property
Michele Neylon (Blacknight)
01:56:30
Rate of disclosure - you’re assuming the requests are “valid”
Terri Agnew
01:57:09
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Graeme Bunton (Tucows)
01:57:49
Tucows has spent CONSIDERABLE time and energy to educate requestors
Alan Woods (Donuts Inc)
01:58:46
lol Siemen!
Dean Marks
02:01:03
Just a note that my COA members have in general been satisfied with the way Tucows has handled their disclosure requests (which relate to copyright piracy). It is appreciated and would like to extend that acknowledgment to Tucows.
Sarah Wyld (Tucows)
02:01:04
+1 Beth
Dean Marks
02:01:42
I meant "acknowledgment and thanks"
Beth Bacon
02:02:06
Absolutely, Ashley.
Ashley Heineman
02:02:58
Sorry Owen!
Ashley Heineman
02:03:02
Didn
Sarah Wyld (Tucows)
02:03:03
Thanks to all who attended and asked great questions!
Terri Agnew
02:03:08
Slides and recordings can be found on the GNSO Calendar shortly:https://gnso.icann.org/en/group-activities/calendar#sep