[NCSG-PC] [ncsg-dns-abuse-wg] GNSO Council DNS abuse small team Questions

farzaneh badii farzaneh.badii at gmail.com
Tue Apr 12 21:08:39 EEST 2022

Hi Tomslin

Thanks for this. I think generally it's good but asking for a definition
might open doors to other problems.

Here is DNSAI response to the council small team letter:

Basically Graeme is suggesting micro narrowly focused pdps on issues
related to ICANN mandate. But I find it a curious suggestion. Does he mean
they should have PDPs on each kind of DNS abuse that are in ICANN's
registrar agreement?


On Sun, Apr 10, 2022 at 7:35 PM Tomslin Samme-Nlar via ncsg-dns-abuse-wg <
ncsg-dns-abuse-wg at icann.org> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> As you must have read from the update Wisdom shared a while back, some
> questions were asked during an outreach by the small team and though our
> community didn't provide any feedback to Wisdom's email, I think it will be
> a good idea for us to provide some sort of official response to those
> questions back to the small team.
> N.B: I went to observe the small teams meeting last week and realised that
> all other SGs have or are planning to provide responses to those questions.
> I have taken the liberty to draft
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Hg468obYDwylFQ6q-3AX6m7UxZvNY1EXGpBFJ-WVd_0/edit?usp=sharing>
> a few responses, which I hope you all can make changes to it as well to
> better reflect our position on DNS abuse. The Google doc is here:
> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Hg468obYDwylFQ6q-3AX6m7UxZvNY1EXGpBFJ-WVd_0/edit?usp=sharing
> The Questions again are:
> What specific problem(s) would policy development in particular be
> expected to address and why do you believe that policy development is the
> right mechanism to solve those problems?
> Proposed Response: The NCSG does not believe there are any problems
> discussed in the community that require policy development effort.
> Moreover, a common definition of DNS abuse which is in alignment with
> ICANN’s bylaws and technical remit first needs to be adopted by the
> community.
> What do you believe are the expected outcomes if policy development would
> be undertaken, taking into account the remit of ICANN and more specifically
> GNSO policy development in this context?
> Proposed Response: None, since we do not see any problem requiring policy
> development.
> Do you (or your community group) have any expectations with regards to
> possible next steps the GNSO Council could or should undertake in the
> context of policy development?
> Proposed Response: Our expectation of next steps is for a common
> community definition of DNS abuse which is in alignment with ICANN’s bylaws
> and technical remit.
> Tomslin
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