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Stacking the deck? The ePDP on the Whois temp spec

ICANN* has a problem. One could even call it a disease –  an organizational version of Sydenham’s chorea. What are the symptoms? This: ICANN has in place elaborate, well-defined, and […]

International internet Policy Priorities: IGP advises the NTIA

The Internet Governance Project has prepared a draft response to a Notice of Inquiry (NOI) issued by the U.S. Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) on “International Internet Policy […]

The ICANN discussion draft on UAM: Another railroad?

As we anticipated, ICANN the organization, under the pressure of powerful interest groups, decided to come up with its own model for access to personal information of domain name registrants […]

An Access Model for Whois Data that Respects Registrants Rights

Now that Whois has been changed to become compliant with the GDPR, the battleground over Whois and privacy has shifted to the question of how people can get past the […]

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