Sub-group Members: Adebunmi Akinbo, Andrew Harris, Avri Doria, Cheryl Langdon-Orr, David McAuley, Finn Petersen, Greg Shatan, Herb Waye, Jeff Neuman, Kavouss Arasteh, Mathieu Weill, Par Brumark, Paul McGrady, Philip Corwin, Steve DelBianco, Vidushi Marda, Vinay Kesari, Wale Bakare (18)
Staff: Anne-Rachel Inne, Bernie Turcotte, Berry Cobb, Brenda Brewer, Karen Mulberry
Apologies: Jorge Cancio, Christopher Wilkinson
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- Word Doc
2. Poll on Proposed Questions
3. Discussion of Preamble (Introduction to Questions)
4. Review by CCWG Plenary
5. Mechanics & details of the questionnaire process
a. How to publish/send out questionnaire
b. How to collect responses
6. Discussion of “Influence of ICANN’s existing jurisdiction” document
Yvette Guigneaux:Welcome all to the WS2_CCWG Jurisdiction Subgroup | Meeting #13 | 13 December 2016 @ 13:00 UTC!
KAVOUSS Arasteh:Dear Brenda,
Brenda Brewer:Good day Kavouss!
KAVOUSS Arasteh:May you pls advise to dial me up
Brenda Brewer:Yes, I certainly will. Please stand by.
KAVOUSS Arasteh:tks done
Bernard Turcotte Staff Support:hello all
David McAuley (RySG):Hi Brenda, I am 4154
KAVOUSS Arasteh:Grec, Good time, pls kindly indicate ; how many answred and analysis of answers
Pär Brumark (GAC Niue):Good Afternoon all!
Brenda Brewer:Thank you, David!
David McAuley (RySG):Did we lose Greg?
David McAuley (RySG):no - thanks Greg
KAVOUSS Arasteh:David, he is there ,do not worry
David McAuley (RySG):Thank you Kavouss, I was mistaken
KAVOUSS Arasteh:Grec never be lost
David McAuley (RySG):Agreed
KAVOUSS Arasteh:HE IS OMNI PRESENT EVRY WHERE
Bernard Turcotte Staff Support:Please mute if not speaking
KAVOUSS Arasteh:sorry for cap
KAVOUSS Arasteh:Grec there are many 13
KAVOUSS Arasteh:13 is a fatal figure /no in our culture
Greg Shatan 2:https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__docs.google.com_forms_d_e_1FAIpQLScaMJ8CKRafytThamnj7YcmgdHB0Kpe9-2D8x34LkUIdLjD4H6Q_viewform&d=DgIFaQ&c=FmY1u3PJp6wrcrwll3mSVzgfkbPSS6sJms7xcl4I5cM&r=kbiQDH54980u4nTPfwdloDLY6-6F24x0ArAvhdeDvvc&m=0L8nG4paLTgGP7khIj8e-EIN8ZBSKBRleCtmU61DShA&s=Wnlp27gSQt-bAYgJlf7iWiU6SReLsQtIN7TS7HDzRSc&e=
avri doria:i thought we had to be done before the meeting, and woke up in the middle of the night in a panic and did them, then went back to sleep.
Philip Corwin:I am the 5316 number
Brenda Brewer:Thank you, Philip
Paul McGrady:I am answering the poll
avri doria:it might have been jetlag, now that i think of it.
Wale Bakare:Hi everyone
KAVOUSS Arasteh:Dear All,
KAVOUSS Arasteh:I have extracted from e-mail so far exchanged some text and sent it to everybody
Wale Bakare:I have just answered the poll
Mathieu Weill:Hello everyone, sorry for being late
Paul McGrady:I abstained on the last question, because it presupposes that I said yes to all of 1-3.
KAVOUSS Arasteh:I also support Q 4
KAVOUSS Arasteh:I NOW SUPPORT ALL QUESTIONS
KAVOUSS Arasteh:I disagree with your abnalysis
avri doria:it seesm we have consensus for the 3 questions, but do not have consensus on sending out the poll
Paul McGrady:Greg, how are decisions made? Is it majority or consensus? There doesn't seem to be consensus on Q4, but there is a slight majority (at least of poll takers). Are there CCWG working group rules that apply?
KAVOUSS Arasteh:I was in the queue after David
KAVOUSS Arasteh:Someone inappropriately dismissed my request and put me after Avri
KAVOUSS Arasteh:Pls put me back again after Mathieu
Greg Shatan 2:Avri, will you cede your place to Kavouss?
KAVOUSS Arasteh:It is the only alternative to report the results to plenary
David McAuley (RySG):hard to hear Avri
Mathieu Weill:Very hard to hear
Paul McGrady:Avri, I can't hear you.
David McAuley (RySG):barely
Finn Petersen, GAC -DK:although I don't support Q4 I will accept the majority view
David McAuley (RySG):a little better
KAVOUSS Arasteh:As the Co-Chair, pls asdvise Grec that this Group can not decide on the issue but just to report to CCWG pLENARY
avri doria:i will write it out. makes sesne to report the failure to have consensus on the poll, but should not ask fpr them to decide as it was a procedural process. it can decide on on its process.
KAVOUSS Arasteh:We can not decide on the process
avri doria:the failure was on sending the poll out at all.
KAVOUSS Arasteh:Ther only valid and eligible entity is CCWG Plenary
David McAuley (RySG):I agree w/Greg about doing poll, especially with WS2 low participation rates
KAVOUSS Arasteh:Contistancy or otherwise on Q 4 should be decided by CCWG Plenary
KAVOUSS Arasteh:Sub Group is part of CCWG AND must report to it
KAVOUSS Arasteh:SO/ac ACCOUNTABILITY QUESTIONS WERE APPROVED BY ccwg AFTER TWO READINGS
KAVOUSS Arasteh:Sorry again for cap ,forgive me
Paul McGrady:@Staff, don't forget to include the rest of my comment in the notes, which is that Q4 relates to the unwinding of WS1 Accountability measures by suggesting a change of ICANN formation jurisdictions and it should serve as a chance to ask the Plenary if we should still be considering this (bad) idea.
avri doria:rebootied. hopefully if i try to talk again it will work.
avri doria:oh so we decided we could send questions?
Steve DelBianco [BC]:I like the preamble
Philip Corwin:In regard to the earlier comments on the continuing .africa dispute, Wikipedia says that the continent of Africa contains 54 sovereign states, nine territories and two de facto independent states. So we could likely have a lively debate as to which of those 54 national courts would be the proper venue for the dispute.
Wale Bakare:@Philip, actually there's Africa Union headquartered in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Should any venue be in consideration i think that (Ethiopia) fits.
David McAuley (RySG):to everyone
David McAuley (RySG):what I added by reading is this: In this regard, the subgroup is asking for concrete, factual submissions (positive, negative, or neutral) that will help ensure that the subgroup’s deliberations are informed, fact-based, and address real issues. The subgroup is interested in all types of jurisdiction-related factual experiences, not just those involving actual disputes/court cases.
avri doria:ok so there is divergence, but yes the vote changed, missed that.
avri doria:i am still in divergence and will metnion it. hope i will be forgiven
Mathieu Weill:The addition is welcome, I think, David
David McAuley (RySG):Thanks Mathieu
avri doria:i will abstain as i do not accept sending out the poll.
David McAuley (RySG):no hare
Bernard Turcotte Staff Support:Time check 15 minutes left in the call
avri doria:we could ask icann to create a poll heading somewhere?
Paul McGrady:Any comment period of less than 30 days will get us in hot water
avri doria:if polls ae becoming part of ICANN practice, they should have a spot on the main ICANN pages
Philip Corwin:Agree that question 4 seeks opinions rather than facts, which is why I do not support it.
Paul McGrady:@Avri - +1!
avri doria:we would also have to decide on what constitutued fact and what constituted opinion. i bet we have divergence on that.
David McAuley (RySG):possibly so Avri
Philip Corwin:If we start putting poll questions out for 30 days public comment then this WG will take years to complete.
Steve DelBianco [BC]:One lesson learned by the SO/AC Accountability questionnaire: please put numbers on each question so that respondents can designate their response precisely
avri doria:i argue for a broader notion of fact, as the definition of fact is often based on social - culltural - political pov,
Wale Bakare:As we are seeking public inputs, i believe these are opinions and facts.
David McAuley (RySG):@Avri - these are the things we need to discuss/agree. I think I would disagree with you but it depends.
Paul McGrady:factual claims is the best we will get, not accuracy-vetted "facts", I'm afraid.
David McAuley (RySG):Agree w/Steve and the opinions we might get would take us beyong dispute-resolution-based jurisdictional inquiry
avri doria:i hope we are not trying to prevent answers that we cn then judge.
David McAuley (RySG):beyond, that is
Bernard Turcotte Staff Support:Time check - we are at the top of the hour
Mathieu Weill:I have to leave for another call, looking forward to the plenary update. I'm sure it will be helpful
Paul McGrady:Some times plenary calls happen when you are only halfway through baking something
David McAuley (RySG):cooking - turtles and hares
Herb Waye Ombuds:Must go too... Happy Holidays to everyone
Paul McGrady:great call today Greg
David McAuley (RySG):Thanks all, good bye
Wale Bakare:Thanks, bye everyone.
Cheryl Langdon-Orr (CLO):bye for now