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Final Report from the EPDP on Specific Curative Rights Protections for IGOs
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[While we cannot possibly summarize 142 pages of input in 2000 characters, let us repeat the "Final Thoughts" of our January 30, 2023 PDF above.]
[those pressed for time might want to jump directly to section 10 of the January 30, 2023 PDF, and then circle back to all the rest later]
In conclusion, the Board should reject the final report in its entirety. It's the product of a demonstrably captured g...
The RySG notes that this has been a long process and encourages the Board to approve and implement these recommendations and work of the IGO-INGO Final Report as efficiently as possible.
There must be clear, transparent, and universally accepted guidelines within the community to protect registrants' rights. To achieve this, we should preserve registrants' rights to judicial review, as required.
The ICA appreciates the work that the EPDP has undertaken and in particular commends the EPDP for making substantial changes to its Initial Recommendations as a result of stakeholder feedback. Nevertheless, the Recommendations; a) fail to preserve registrants' rights to judicial review, as required; b) should in any event be subject to review by the RPM Working Group in Phase 2; and c) cannot be properly considered prior to finalization of th...
In the attached comment, the BC provides responses to all 5 of the questions presented.
The Registrar Stakeholder Group (RrSG) is pleased to comment on the Final Report from the EPDP on Specific Curative Rights Protections for IGOs and thanks the EPDP team and ICANN org for their efforts in drafting this Final Report.
The RrSG thanks the EPDP team for considering and incorporating the RrSG feedback to the Initial Report, as well as other comments from the ICANN community. The RrSG appreciates the changes reflecte...
On behalf of the Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC) Chair, please find attached the GAC's comments on the final report of the EPDP on Specific Curative Rights Protections for IGOs.
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There must be a clear, transparent, and universally accepted guidelines within the community on the policy balance between an IGO’s privileges and immunities (especially in regards to their immunity from judicial processes).