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The Registries Stakeholder Group (RySG) welcomes the opportunity to comment on these draft work documents and thanks the NCAP Discussion Group for their diligent work. The RySG wishes to strongly support the conclusion in the Case Study that the work on name collisions by Interisle and JAS is still relevant today and supports retaining controlled interruption, recognising it is an effective tool for identifying name collisions.
The Internet Services Provider and Connectivity Provider Constituency (ISPCP) is pleased to provide the following comments to the Name Collision Analysis Project (NCAP) Study 2 Documents.
ICANN Org’s Office of the Chief Technical Officer (OCTO) appreciates the opportunity to respond to the request for public comments on “Name Collision Analysis Project (NCAP) Study 2 Documents”. Our comments are included in the attached PDF. As described in our comments, we believe significant revisions to both documents are warranted, and we look forward to updated versions.