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JZ Jonathan Zuck Public Seen by 15

Here's a space to discuss possible At-Large sessions during ICANN 68

JZ

Poll Created Fri 8 May 2020 7:26AM

PICS and PICDRP: What's the Right Path Forward Closed Mon 25 May 2020 7:03AM

The topic of Public Interest Commitments and the PIC Dispute Resolution Process have come up again and again since their inception. prior to the 2012 round. Some argue that they are not well enforced by ICANN Contract Compliance and that the DRP process is rigged against a complainant. Others argue they were a bad idea from the start because they could potentially curtail registrant rights. There is nearly universal agreement that change is necessary but what should that change look like? In this session we'll start that discussion by involving panelists from the IP community, the End user Community, Civil Society and ICANN Compliance.

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
Agree 100.0% 3 JZ CL MH
Abstain 0.0% 0  
Disagree 0.0% 0  
Block 0.0% 0  
Undecided 0% 0  

3 of 3 people have voted (100%)

JZ

Poll Created Fri 8 May 2020 7:32AM

DNS Abuse: Setting an Acceptable Threshold Closed Mon 25 May 2020 7:03AM

The At-Large has made it its mission to combat DNS Abuse and has started a number of conversations on that topic. Many registrars and registries are wary of new specific contract provisions and believe the environment to be too fluid to manage via the contract. At the same time, it's become clear that ICANN Contract Compliance lacks tools to combat systemic abuse when it identifies it. One solution would be to simply negotiate a "threshold" of abuse, described as a percentage of second level registrations being used for DNS Abuse. If that percentage goes over the the agreed upon threshold, the contracted party is in breach and ICANN Contract Compliance can begin to take action. With this model contracted parties would be free to use whatever tools they deemed necessary to keep their percentage of abuse below the threshold. Let's discuss!

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
Agree 100.0% 3 JZ CL MH
Abstain 0.0% 0  
Disagree 0.0% 0  
Block 0.0% 0  
Undecided 0% 0  

3 of 3 people have voted (100%)

JZ

Poll Created Fri 8 May 2020 7:35AM

New gTLD Applicants: Expanding the Circle Closed Mon 25 May 2020 7:03AM

Most of the 2012 applications for new strings came from a specific type of organization, with substantial resources, more often than not, in the developed world. Communities rarely succeeded in their efforts. How do we broaden the profile of applicants to be more incliusive of communities and applicants needing support. What do the current proposals from SubProc look like? What more could we do?

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
Agree 100.0% 2 JZ MH
Abstain 0.0% 0  
Disagree 0.0% 0  
Block 0.0% 0  
Undecided 0% 0  

2 of 2 people have voted (100%)

SB

Sebastien Bachollet Fri 8 May 2020 12:19PM

PICs yes with a 101 during the prep week
DNS abuse: the At-Large session must be setup to be ready for the HIT
New gTLDs: are we sure we want to push communities and other to investe a lot of $ with so little ROI?

JZ

Jonathan Zuck Fri 8 May 2020 12:24PM

I know you have some reservations about even doing a SubProc session because it might imply that we think one is needed. i don't know how to make that distinction between that risk and the risk of being left out of the discussion but let's explore further. As for your point about ROI, I agree it's a challenge. If we're really to help, we need to present some pathways to ROI or you're right, we shouldn't waste there time and money!

SB

Sebastien Bachollet Mon 1 Jun 2020 2:41PM

It could be an interesting discussion on what is a ROI for an (new) extention and how it can be calculated.

SB

Sebastien Bachollet Fri 8 May 2020 12:21PM

We need to split the role of speaker (on behalf of At-Large) and when we have also this role the one runing the show (Mister Loyal)

JZ

Jonathan Zuck Fri 8 May 2020 12:24PM

You're right. We should probably have Justine represent the At-Large view and have someone else moderate.

SB

Sebastien Bachollet Fri 8 May 2020 12:32PM

yes and the same for the other topics

MH

Maureen Hilyard Wed 13 May 2020 4:21PM