[governance] [bestbits] ICANN's Whois and the GDPR: change coming?
suresh at hserus.net
Sun Jan 28 19:32:47 EST 2018
People or organisations involved in security (and there’s a substantial community of activists in this field I assure you) would also be very strong in their objections.
On Mon, Jan 29, 2018 at 1:41 AM +0800, "Renata Aquino Ribeiro" <raquino at gmail.com> wrote:
I will agree that the participation of business in commenting about
this has been somewhat overwhelming.
While there is no definition yet of what could be in the details of
GDPR compliance (the layered model), it is possible to observe that
some actors (like IP industry) may continue to voice strongly their
On the point of leaving data accessible by law enforcement, it is
impossible not to see how badly this will fare up in the Global South.
Believing law enforcement will always have good intentions and will do
the best to its citizens can truly be something straight out of an
outer space utopia, European based or not.
On Fri, Jan 26, 2018 at 4:09 PM, avri doria wrote:
> I was reminded that I should say something about how to submit comments:
> comments on the models should be sent to: gdpr at icann.org. (Details on
> the blog at
> And I guess Milton's weren't really comments, but a blog since I do not
> think they have been submitted to gdpr at icann.org.
> Hope they are.
> On 26-Jan-18 08:54, avri doria wrote:
>> It is good to see some academia/civil society response to the proposals.
>> Most of the comments so far seem to be from the business community.
>> On 26-Jan-18 06:23, Niels ten Oever wrote:
>>> Thanks a lot for this analysis Milton, it is apt and to the point, and above all, made me smile.
>>> On Thu, Jan 25, 2018 at 04:39:20PM +0000, Mueller, Milton L wrote:
>>>> This article about the impending clash between GDPR and ICANN’s Whois service, may be of interest to this group
>>>> Dr. Milton L Mueller
>>>> Professor, School of Public Policy
>>>> Georgia Institute of Technology
>>>> Internet Governance Project
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