[NCUC-DISCUSS] Session on termination of domains for hate speech at ICANN 60
stephanie.perrin at mail.utoronto.ca
Sat Aug 19 04:02:24 CEST 2017
I agree, this is indeed an important topic (if difficult and very
controversial, but hey, that is what we do best, right??). We should
find the time.
On 2017-08-18 08:37, Martin Pablo Silva Valent wrote:
> There are usually some room in the NCSG agenda to do presentations and
> discuss new topics or concerns. So I would say we should look into the
> different meetings NCSG will have and most probably we are going to
> find at least a few minutes to address the issue, which I am very
> certain is of interest of all!
> If it would be in another country I would also be confident that we
> can either get a room in the venue to do a specific talk or a space in
> a non-commercial event outside the venue. I have no idea if this is
> doable in Abu Dhabi.
> Let’s move it forward.
>> On Aug 17, 2017, at 8:48 PM, Jeremy Malcolm <jmalcolm at eff.org
>> <mailto:jmalcolm at eff.org>> wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> EFF has just posted its thoughts on the GoDaddy and Google
>> termination of the Daily Stormer's domain:
>> This would be a timely topic to address in more detail at ICANN 60.
>> I will be attending and would like to be able to find some time to
>> talk about this and also about the recent EFF and Public Knowledge
>> whitepaper "Which Internet registries offer the best protection for
>> domain owners?
>> What are the avenues for holding such a presentation? Is there
>> already a block of time for NCSG where this would fit in, or should a
>> separate session be requested? If so can anyone point me to the
>> information about how to do this? Sorry, I'm a little behind on the
>> logistics of ICANN meetings because I seldom attend in person.
>> Jeremy Malcolm
>> Senior Global Policy Analyst
>> Electronic Frontier Foundation
>> jmalcolm at eff.org
>> Tel: 415.436.9333 ext 161
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