Date: Tuesday, 11 November 2018

Time: 19:00 - 20:00 UTC  For the time in various timezones click here 

Meeting Number: AL.EU/CC.1120/1 

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English Conference ID = 1638

Participants:  Olivier Crépin-Leblond, Wale Bakare, Annette Mühlberg, Oksana Prykhodko, Natalia Filina, Joanna Kulesza, Yrjo Lansipuro,  Jean Jacques Subrenat, Anne Marie Joly, Sebastien Bachollet, Philippe Batreau, Roberto Gaetano, Lianna Galstyan, 

Apologies:  Sandra Hoferichter, Matthias Hudobnik, Erich Schweighofer,  Wolf Ludwig, 

Staff: Heidi UllrichSilvia Vivanco, Claudia Ruiz

Call Management: Claudia Ruiz

Action Items: EN                        

Recording: EN

Transcript:   EN

AC Chat: EN


EURALO October Monthly call

  1. Roll call - Staff

  2. Review of  pending Actions Items (5 minutes)

    1. Action Items: 2018-10-09 EURALO Monthly Teleconference
    2. Action Items: 2018-09-11 EURALO Monthly Teleconference
    3. Action Items 2018-24-10 EURALO General Assembly
  3. Review of ALAC Public consultations – Olivier Crépin-Leblond (15 minutes)

See: 2018 ALAC Policy Comments & Advice

Recently Ratified by the ALAC

ICANN Seeking Community Feedback on Proposed Unified Access Model
The ALAC cited their prior statement from 10 April 2018 relating to the access of WHOIS, and offered (4) general comments on the proposed UAM: (1) Any access model must be compliant with the GDPR, and ICANN should obtain legal advice from expert counsel to confirm compliance; (2) Internet end user rights should be part of the calculus, including knowledge of email sender identity, et al; (3) The UAM design should be scalable and not overly-reliant upon manual updates, and should have a well-defined taxonomy of abuse types, et al. Once an agreed upon set of inputs and outcomes is established, an automated system may be created to respond to WHOIS requests; (4) The various harms taken into account when considering the UAM must be done so in a non-biased fashion.

Proposed gTLD-Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP) Profile
The ALAC recommends that ICANN adopt the RDAP quickly and effectively because they hold it is an essential step for ICANN to deploy a tiered-access model adequately. In addition, the ALAC recommends that ICANN address 5 ambiguities in the RDAP that are also present in the European Union's (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), noting them in the statement. 

Next Steps on Reviews
The ALAC supports the proposed path forward for the ATRT3, while stating the consideration of how to streamline specific reviews to make them more effective and impactful is a low priority item for ATRT3. The ALAC encourages active community participation in formulating any recommendations in organizational reviews, and states that specific reviews operating standards should take a minimalist approach.

Public Comment for Decision

Current Statements (ALAC Advice, Comment or Correspondence)

4. EURALO Monthly Reports (2 minutes)

5. Updating EURALO Hot Topics 2018 (10 minutes)

6. EURALO Bylaws Task Force: Draft Bylaws (10 minutes)

7. Reporting from the Internet Governance Forum in Paris (10 minutes)

8. Reporting from the ICANN63 Barcelona meeting (10 minutes)

9. At-Large Summit (ATLAS III) update (5 minutes)

10. AOB (2 minutes)

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