Domain Names and the FTAA: A Bad Mix
Date: Wednesday November 19 2003, @02:09PM
Topic: Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP)

The text of a very short background paper I wrote on why the FTAA should NOT require signatories to impose the UDRP on their ccTLDs is now online at discourse.net. The FTAA is in Miami this week...

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What about existing DRP's?
by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Thursday November 20 2003, @11:09AM (#12670)
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CIRA in Canada (.ca), for example, already has its own Dispute Resolution Policy [www.cira.ca]. Why harmonize with the rest of the hemisphere (or rather, with ICANN)? Because the .ca DRP is less draconian hardly seems reason enough. I suppose CIRA is just expected to throw theirs out. Slippery slope indeed, this is a race to the bottom. -g
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