Consensus Policies.

Chris Ambler responds to Susan Crawford, and asks what a consensus policy is. It’s not consensus, but this formal thing defined in agreements. In short, you need a thumbs-up from the board, from two-thirds of the relevant supporting organization c…

Chris Ambler responds to Susan Crawford, and asks what a consensus policy is.It’s not consensus, but this formal thing defined in agreements. In short, you need a thumbs-up from the board, from two-thirds of the relevant supporting organization council, and a written report with a lot of supporting materials that document the community consensus, and the outreach process used.Oh, and the registries can dispute the existence of such a policy until 15 days after the Independent Review Panel has been established by ICANN.