Sub-group Members: Andreea Brambilla, Avri Doria, Bartlett Morgan, Cheryl Langdon-Orr, Christopher Wilkinson, David McAuley, Greg Shatan, Griffin Barnett, Kavouss Arasteh, Margie Milam, Phil Marano, Philip Corwin, Robin Gross, Steve DelBianco, Thiago Jardim, Wale Bakare
Staff: Bernard Turcotte, Berry Cobb, Brenda Brewer, Nigel HIckson
Apologies: Finn Petersen, Herb Waye
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2. Review of Agenda (1 minute)
3. Administration (1 minute)
3.1. Changes to SOIs
3.2. Identify Audio Only and Phone Number Participants
4. Review of CCWG and Subgroup Schedule/Timeline
5. Questions on OFAC Presentation by ICANN Legal
6. Proposed Issues: List and Discussion
7. Status of Litigation Reviews and Questionnaire Responses
8. AOB (2 Minutes)
9. Adjourn (next meeting 16 August, 13: 00UTC)
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- GS -Review list of questions vs OFAC (not from transcript) for the end of the week.
- Staff (BT) – Request Sam Eisner review transcript of her meeting with the Jurisdiction group on OFAC and ensure that her answers to questions were properly captured.
- GS-Staff – Develop a draft of chapter headings for the final report for early next week to be reviewed by the sub-group.
- Everyone should review the questions they asked on OFAC and advise if they were answered and if they understood the answers (Thiago suggestion).
Brenda Brewer: (8/9/2017 13:37) Good day all and welcome to WS2 Jurisdiction Subgroup Meeting #41 on 9 August 2017 @ 19:00 UTC!
Brenda Brewer: (13:38) If you are not speaking, please mute your phone by pressing *6 (star 6). This call is recorded.
Brenda Brewer: (13:38) Reminder to all, please speak slowly and state your name before speaking for the Captioner. Thank you!
Kavouss Arasteh: (13:56) Yes Brenda
Brenda Brewer: (13:57) Hello Kavouss, I am dialing your number now.
Kavouss Arasteh: (13:57) Colleagues are kindly requested to lease speak slowly and state your name before speaking for the Captioner. Thank you!
Kavouss Arasteh: (13:58) bREDA
Bernard Turcotte - ICANN: (13:58) Hello all
Kavouss Arasteh: (13:58) iS THERE DOCS. TO CONSIDER?
Bernard Turcotte - ICANN: (13:58) @Kavouss - Greg just sent them
d: (13:59) d = David McAuley, aplogies
David McAuley: (14:00) will dial in on #3200
David McAuley: (14:00) Thanks to staff for fixing my name in chat
Brenda Brewer: (14:01) You're welcome, David!
Nigel Hickson: (14:02) good evening
Wale Bakare: (14:03) Good morning/afternoon/evening
Bartlett Morgan: (14:03) Hello everyone
Greg Shatan: (14:06) Phil Corwin, it looks like your mic is open.
Greg Shatan: (14:06) Good now, Phil.
Greg Shatan: (14:07) Open again, Phil.
David McAuley: (14:09) IMO, this chart says there is not much time left
Robin Gross: (14:16) A drafting team sounds like a good suggestion to get this completed.
avri doria: (14:17) who has bandwidth to do a drafting team. they are failing all over the place to get enough bandwidth and volunteers..
David McAuley: (14:18) good point Avri - there is a mountain of work
Cheryl Langdon-Orr (CLO): (14:19) if formed we just need to brief them very specifically and provide our agreed views etc
David McAuley: (14:19) +1 @Bernie, organizational direction would be needed
Kavouss Arasteh 3: (14:19) The drafting team could possibly be composed of bothsides of issue under discussions such as OFAC and possible partial community
Cheryl Langdon-Orr (CLO): (14:19) making sense Bernie
Bernard Turcotte - ICANN: (14:20) will be glad to help work on this if it is helpful
Cheryl Langdon-Orr (CLO): (14:20) I suspect that it is essential Bernie
David McAuley: (14:20) I will seriously consider volunteering but need to get a sense of direction - much going on now and I face the same in the IRP team
Kavouss Arasteh 3: (14:21) We seek advice from ICANN when needed
Cheryl Langdon-Orr (CLO): (14:21) I think that may be the case for others as well David
David McAuley: (14:22) agree @CLO
Kavouss Arasteh 3: (14:22) Greg, We need to provide the rdrafting team its scope of work and priorities
Bernard Turcotte - ICANN: (14:23) @Kavouss the final report outline should take care of this
Bernard Turcotte - ICANN: (14:23) and needs to be approved by all
Kavouss Arasteh 3: (14:24) I SUGGEST WE SPELL OUT THE TOPIC SUCH AS WAYS AND MEANS TO ADDRESS DIFFICULTIES ARSING FROM ofac ApplicationS
Kavouss Arasteh 3: (14:24) Sorry for cap
Steve DelBianco: (14:27) don't we really mean "OFAC and other sanctions" everywhere we now say only "OFAC" ?
Greg Shatan: (14:28) Steve, yes. And to be even more accurate, OFAC is only the office that administers a variety of USG sanctions.
Christopher Wilkinson (CW): (14:32) Apologies; unable to absorb and comment on some score questions at such short notice.
Steve DelBianco: (14:36) Thanks, Greg. I do think we should update the questions so that each one asks about sanctions in general, and OFAC in particular
Robin Gross: (14:37) I agree, Steve.
Thiago: (14:39) And if one's own questions were not answered, just indicate that.
Thiago: (14:39) Apologies for my mike volume.
Kavouss Arasteh 3: (14:43) Bernie, That would considerably helps
Kavouss Arasteh 3: (14:43) Tks for the offer
Bernard Turcotte - ICANN: (14:45) time check - 15 minutes left in call
Kavouss Arasteh 3: (14:46) Bernie, pls advise when such validated answer would be available
Bernard Turcotte - ICANN: (14:46) will advise asap
Bernard Turcotte - ICANN: (14:47) I will get her the documents today
Thiago: (14:48) I added two items to the list on the 26/07
Thiago: (14:48) It's not on the pdf version, but is on the word doc
Thiago: (14:50) cheers
David McAuley: (14:53) I agree with Greg on this
Kavouss Arasteh 3: (14:53) That sounds reasonable and practical
Robin Gross: (14:53) Agree
David McAuley: (14:53) none here
Steve DelBianco: (14:56) "Suggested Sanctions response" seems to be what Thiago is saying we need
Thiago: (14:58) Steve, probably.
Thiago: (14:59) I was mostly concerned with the ability of a country to enforce a jdugment that is rendered because of sanctions.
Thiago: (14:59) a judgment that orders specific performance on ICANN is something that falls upon the territorial country
Bernard Turcotte - ICANN: (14:59) 1 minuted to the top of the hour
Thiago: (15:01) I see Bernie. I suspect that OFAC sanctions are said to apply to US Nationals only. Sam might have been mistaken on that
Bernard Turcotte - ICANN: (15:02) @Thiago - will ensure we get clarity on that
Bernard Turcotte - ICANN: (15:02) from Sam
Thiago: (15:02) But my question was still about enforcement of jugdgments against ICANN based on OFAC sanctions, and the different position the courts of the country of incorporation are to enforce those judgments against ICANN given ICANN's location.
Philip Corwin: (15:02) Bye all
Thiago: (15:03) Cheers Bernie, thanks.
David McAuley: (15:03) Thanks all, good bye
Christopher Wilkinson (CW): (15:03) Good Night. Thankyou, All. CW
Cheryl Langdon-Orr (CLO): (15:03) thanks everyone bye for now then, until next week bye for now ð
Kavouss Arasteh 3: (15:03) What was said by Sam and repeated by Bernie is the current
Wale Bakare: (15:04) Thanks, bye all
Thiago: (15:04) Thank you, I apologise for the AOB
Thiago: (15:05) bye
avri doria 2: (15:05) bye.
Robin Gross: (15:05) Thanks Greg and all. Bye!
Nigel Hickson: (15:05) thanks; bye
Andreea Brambilla: (15:05) Thanks!
Kavouss Arasteh 3: (15:05) situation which needs to be examined and corerected
Bernard Turcotte - ICANN: (15:05) bye all