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Public Comment

Public Comment is a vital part of our multistakeholder model. It provides a mechanism for stakeholders to have their opinions and recommendations formally and publicly documented. It is an opportunity for the ICANN community to effect change and improve policies and operations.

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Name: Sarah Wyld
Date: 12 Jan 2022
Affiliation: Tucows Inc
5. Other Comments

Tucows is pleased to provide input to the ICANN Board related to the EPDP Phase 2 Priority 2 policy recommendations. We note with thanks the many long hours of hard work put in by the EPDP team and ICANN support staff throughout this process. 

These four recommendations contribute to the operation of a secure, stable, and resilient domain name system by ensuring that publicly-available registration data is clearly labelled while providing Contracted Parties with necessary flexibility allowing them to adhere to jurisdictionally-relevant data protection obligations. 

The Policy Development Process has been appropriately followed: the work was exhaustive, compromises were made where possible, and the multiple phases provided space to fully address each issue. 

As the Recommendations of the Phase 1 EPDP have already been adopted by the Board, adopting these four supplemental Recommendations will allow the work of the Phase 1 Implementation Review Team to proceed in accordance with them, giving that IRT necessary clarity and input as they move towards completion of the new gTLD Registration Data Policy. 

Summary of Submission

Tucows is pleased to provide input to the ICANN Board related to the EPDP Phase 2 Priority 2 policy recommendations. We note with thanks the many long hours of hard work put in by the EPDP team and ICANN support staff throughout this process. 

These four recommendations contribute to the operation of a secure, stable, and resilient domain name system by ensuring that publicly-available registration data is clearly labelled while providing Contracted Parties with necessary flexibility allowing them to adhere to jurisdictionally-relevant data protection obligations. 

The Policy Development Process has been appropriately followed: the work was exhaustive, compromises were made where possible, and the multiple phases provided space to fully address each issue. 

As the Recommendations of the Phase 1 EPDP have already been adopted by the Board, adopting these four supplemental Recommendations will allow the work of the Phase 1 Implementation Review Team to proceed in accordance with them, giving that IRT necessary clarity and input as they move towards completion of the new gTLD Registration Data Policy.