|Comment/Reply Periods (*)
|Important Information Links
|22 October 2012
|12 November 2012
|Close Time (UTC):
|Public Comment Announcement
|Cancelled – No Substantive Comments
|To Submit Your Comments (Forum Closed)
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|Report of Public Comments
|ICANN Policy Staff
|Policy Processes; Contracted Party Agreements
|Obtain community input on the Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Part C recommendations adopted by the GNSO Council prior to ICANN Board consideration.
|The IRTP Part C Policy Development Process Working Group delivered its Final Report [PDF, 1.93 MB] to the GNSO Council on 9 October 2012. As required by the ICANN Bylaws, public notice is hereby provided of the policies that are considered for adoption as well as an opportunity to comment on the adoption of the proposed policies, prior to consideration by the ICANN Board of these recommendations.
|ICANN Staff will prepare a summary of the public comments received that will be submitted to the Board in conjunction with the IRTP Part C recommendations adopted by the GNSO Council
|Section I: Description, Explanation, and Purpose
The Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) unanimously approved at its meeting on 17 October the recommendations of the IRTP Part C PDP Working Group. The recommendations, which are pending for Board action, propose:
You are invited to submit your comments before final consideration of these recommendations by the ICANN Board.
|Section II: Background
The IRTP is a GNSO consensus policy that was adopted in 2004 with the objective to provide registrants with a transparent and predictable way to transfer domain name registrations between registrars. As part of its implementation, it was decided to carry out a review of the policy in order to determine whether it was working as intended or whether there are any areas that would benefit from further clarification or improvement. As a result of this review, a number of issues were identified that were grouped together in five different policy development processes or PDPs, titled A to E, that are being addressed in a consecutive order. The IRTP Part C PDP Working Group was tasked to consider the following three questions:
|Section III: Document and Resource Links
|Section IV: Additional Information
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