We do not want this conversation to deteriorate to one side accusing the other of filibustering, and the other of asking leading questions. For the record, I agree with getting legal clarity on certain issues, I think what we are disagreeing about is t he wording of the questions, and whether we need to re-ask certain questions. Certainly, on the matter of the jurisdiction question, there was a feeling (not supported by the case in my view) among many ICANN stakeholders that the recent Google decision meant extraterritorial application of GDPR was seriously curtailed. How long have some of us been watching this battle on TBDF? oh, since 1991 when the Directive 95/46 was tabled. So forgive us for being a trifle frustrated in this search for loopholes….