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01.04.2014

23.04.2014 (reply period close)

Draft Implementation Plan for the WHOIS Online Accuracy and Reporting SystemAdopted 12Y, 0N, 0AAlan Greenberg17.04.201423.04.2014 20:00 UTC24.04.2014 00:00 UTC24.04.2014 00:00 UTC30.04.201401.05.2014 23:59 UTC*23.04.2014 22:00 UTCMargie Milam margie.milam@icann.orgAL-ALAC-ST-0414-04-01-EN

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FINAL VERSION TO BE SUBMITTED IF RATIFIED

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FINAL DRAFT VERSION TO BE VOTED UPON BY THE ALAC

The ALAC is very supportive of the ICANN initiative to take responsibility for measuring and ultimately, through the Contractual Compliance process, ensuring Whois accuracy.

The ALAC believes that in parallel with developing the measurement methodology and tools, a plan must be developed regarding how the accuracy metrics developed be used. Clearly specific failures must be addressed with the applicable registrars on a case-by-case basis, but it is also important that there be clarity on how ICANN will use the overall results, and particularly to what extent ICANN will be looking for patterns in the results, and how such anomalous patters will be addressed.

In addition, it is important that ICANN not only monitor Whois accuracy and address the problems resolved, but that the community is kept informed of the results in sufficient detail.

FIRST DRAFT SUBMITTED

I offer the following draft. It supports the initiative but requests clarity regarding how the outcomes will be used, and specifically requests that the outcomes be publicized with reasonable detail.


 

The ALAC is very supportive of the ICANN initiative to take responsibility for measuring and ultimately ensuring Whois accuracy.

The ALAC believes that in parallel with developing the measurement methodology and tools, a plan must be developed regarding how the accuracy metrics developed be used. Clearly specific failures must be addressed with the applicable registrars on a case-by-case basis, but it is also important that there be clarity on how ICANN will use the overall results, and particularly to what extent ICANN will be looking for patterns in the results, and how such anomalous patters will be addressed.

In addition, it is important that ICANN not only monitor Whois accuracy and address the problems resolved, but that the community is kept informed of the results in sufficient detail.


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