Transfer Task Force: Open Call Today.

The Transfers Task Force is going to hold an open telephone conference today at 2:30 p.m. EST; details here. If you want to participate in the call, you most likely want to look at the latest proposal (note this remark).

The Transfers Task Force is going to hold an open telephone conference today at 2:30 p.m. EST; details here. If you want to participate in the call, you most likely want to look at the latest proposal (note this remark).

More on Reforming the GA.

At IcannWatch, Ted Byfield has taken up my brief comments on the ERC’s Second Implementation Report and its suggestions about the GA’s future. Bad enough, Ted gets much of this wrong: The ERC does indeed move into the right direction, as I wrote.

At IcannWatch, Ted Byfield has taken up my brief comments on the ERC‘s Second Implementation Report and its suggestions about the GA‘s future. Bad enough, Ted gets much of this wrong: The ERC does indeed move into the right direction, as I wrote.

Who uses bulk access to WHOIS data?

Some discussions on the WHOIS task force brought up a relatively fundamental question: Who does actually make use of the bulk access provisions from the Registrar Accreditation Agreement? For what purposes are these data being used in practice? I’…

Some discussions on the WHOIS task force brought up a relatively fundamental question: Who does actually make use of the bulk access provisions from the Registrar Accreditation Agreement? For what purposes are these data being used in practice? I’d welcome any pointers.