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Proposed Amendments to the Base gTLD RA and RAA to Add RDAP Contract Obligations

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Proposed Amendments to the Base gTLD RA and RAA to Add RDAP Contract Obligations Submission - Security and Stability Advisory Committee (SSAC)
16 November 2022

Submission Summary:

SSAC provides comments on 2 topics:

1) Reporting requests for domain registration data: The SSAC notes that while the proposed language on page 62 does attempt to address SAC097 recommendation 4 by publishing standards, the end result may still report per-TLD statistics inaccurately for TLDs run under shared registry systems. This will depend upon how a shared registry operator decides to follow the guidance in the proposed language. The...


Proposed Amendments to the Base gTLD RA and RAA to Add RDAP Contract Obligations Submission - ICANN Business Constituency (BC)
16 November 2022

Submission Summary:

The BC supports implementation of RDAP in the RAA and RyA.

However, we raise concerns about eliminating web-based lookup for users/consumers requirements, and offer suggestions to remedy those concerns.


Proposed Amendments to the Base gTLD RA and RAA to Add RDAP Contract Obligations Submission - NIC United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UKGBNI)
08 November 2022

Submission Summary:

Improve the DAAR extension project for registrars, since the project has some problems and persistent errors in its structure.


Proposed Amendments to the Base gTLD RA and RAA to Add RDAP Contract Obligations Submission - Contracted Parties House (CPH)
08 November 2022

Submission Summary:

The Contracted Parties House (CPH) recognizes and appreciates the investment of time and resources by all parties to reach a successful conclusion to these negotiations.   The CPH believes that the proposed amendments to the Registry Agreement and Registrar Accreditation Agreement are appropriate and meet the needs of operators and the community.