Privacy ICANN Releases 3 Whois Reports for Comments
posted by michael on Sunday May 30 2004, @12:44PM

ICANN Seeks comments (a formality?) on its Whois Reports (announcement HTMLized by ICANNWatch):
GNSO Council Whois Task Forces 1, 2 & 3 have issued Preliminary reports and invited public comment on them:

First 20-day Public Comment Period begins on 28 May 2004, ends on 17 June 2004 at 00:00 UTC.

Whois Task Force 1 Preliminary report can be viewed here.

Comments for the Whois Task Force 1 Preliminary Report can be submitted to: this list.

The archive of comments for this report is available here.

Whois Task Force 2 Preliminary report can be viewed here.

Comments for the Whois Task Force 2 Preliminary Report can be submitted to: this list.

The archive of comments for this report is available at this archive.

Whois Task Force 3 Preliminary report can be viewed here.

Comments for the Whois Task Force 3 Preliminary Report can be submitted to: this list.

The archive of comments for this report is available at this archive.




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ICANN is a magnet for virus and spam emails
by GeorgeK on Friday June 11 2004, @12:22AM (#13744)
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Those archived mailing lists of comments are simply full of spam and virus emails. They should be embarrassed at their lack of technical skills at managing a simple task -- yet they want to govern Internet technical standards?

For less than the price of one cocktail party for ICANN insiders, they can afford a simple challenge-response system, to validate all submissions. Or, they can permit submissions only via a form. God knows, they already have this capability, as demonstrated in the WHOIS Data Problem Report System [internic.net].
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