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At-Large issues related to new gTLD creation December 11 2009 Evan Leibovitch. Carried over from DAGv2. At-Large comments were made at the Summit Most issues in that report were not addressed Do we express concern about lack of consideration?. Untouched from DAG2 to DAG3.

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At-Large issues related to new gTLD creation

December 11 2009

Evan Leibovitch

carried over from dagv2
Carried over from DAGv2
  • At-Large comments were made at the Summit
  • Most issues in that report were not addressed
  • Do we express concern about lack of consideration?
untouched from dag2 to dag3
Untouched from DAG2 to DAG3
  • Price for applicants
    • Especially for community applications that aren't using the TLD mainly for revenue production
  • Punitive “refund” system for partial bids
    • Why not a graduated “pay by the stage” system?
  • The Morality and Public Order objection
    • Nobody wants it, but everyone thinks we need one
    • Can we propose an alternative (maybe together with GAC)?
    • Maybe just a “banned word” list?
untouched from dag2 to dag31
Untouched from DAG2 to DAG3
  • Categorizations
    • Still just “community” and “non-community”
    • Lack of further splits denies fast-tracking for non-controversial applications
    • Differential pricing
    • How many are optimal?
  • Intellectual Property
    • Indiginous peoples' “Traditional Knowledge” unacknowledged
modified in dag3 but still bad
Modified in DAG3, but still bad
  • String confusion – there is still allowance for objections based “meanings” of strings
    • Also similar “meaning” to trademarks
  • Dispute Resolution Service Providers
    • Parties should be allowed to choose their own mediator
  • Independent Objector
    • Fixed budget and an obligation to bear same costs as any other objector
    • Will this limit how effective the IO can be?
not yet dealt with
Not yet dealt with
  • Unregistered trademarks
    • We didn't have a position before on “common law” marks, but this came up in debate over the IRT
  • High Security Zone Verification
    • Is it worth anything without WHOIS accuracy?
    • They're looking for guidance on this, it seems
  • Expressions of Interest
    • Not now part of DAG, but could appear in DAG4
not yet dealt with1
Not yet dealt with
  • Trademark issues
    • Alan and Olivier participating with GNSO
    • We may still need to make our own comments
  • Anything else?
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