Rafik Dammak rafik.dammak at gmail.com
Mon Dec 25 09:43:52 EET 2017

Hi Ayden,

Thanks for sharing this,
yes we should submit a feedback by 10th January. not really helpful to have
such announcement close to winter holidays but anyway.
If people can read the document and share some comments in coming days, it
would be possible to get a draft by early January.



2017-12-23 0:11 GMT+09:00 Ayden Férdeline <icann at ferdeline.com>:

> In my previous message, I forgot to insert a hyperlink to that blog post.
> Here it is: https://www.icann.org/news/blog/data-protection-and-
> privacy-update-plans-for-the-new-year
> —Ayden
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> Subject: [NCSG-PC] GDPR Model
> Local Time: 22 December 2017 3:09 PM
> UTC Time: 22 December 2017 15:09
> From: icann at ferdeline.com
> To: ncsg-pc <ncsg-pc at lists.ncsg.is>
> We need to rapidly get this on our radar.
> In this blog post, ICANN claims to have "made it a high priority to find a
> path forward to ensure compliance with the GDPR while maintaining WHOIS to
> the greatest extent possible" and is "look[ing] to settle on a compliance
> model by the end of January".
> They indicate, "Before 15 January 2018, we want to publish for Public
> Comment proposed compliance models... To help us meet this deadline, please
> submit your feedback before 10 January 2018."
> It is probably advisable that we submit some feedback here and do not miss
> this deadline.
> —Ayden
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