ICANN board reaction to RAA recommendations law enforcement

To this link the draft response to the recommendations for the Registration Accreditation Agreement of the ICANN board is attached.

Through the recommendations law enforcement expects to make whois data on registrations more accurate and that ICANN will enforce those domain name registrars that do not comply. The RAA recommendations are endorsed by various parties like: Government Advisory Committee, London Action Plan, Message Anti-Abuse Working Group and several law enforcement agencies on a global scale. The ICANN text was published on 21 February 2011.

The registration community discussed the text of the recommendation on 24 and 25 February. The community agreed on intent. A new text will be presented soon. At the upcoming ICANN meeting in San Francisco the next step will be taken. See my report of the Brussels meeting on this blog here.

Wout de Natris, De Natris Consult

Leiderdorp, 1 March 2011

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About Wout de Natris

As a consultant I specialise in establishing new and different relationships between industry, governments and law enforcement where internet safety and the fight against cyber crime are concerned. This makes me a bridge builder. Hence the blogs name. In this blog I intend to stress the need for interaction, cooperation and exchange of information in order to change the mentioned relationships. On offer: a comprehensive training on all non-technical aspects of spam enforcement and a cyber awareness presentation for companies and institutions
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