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[icann-europe] Re: [ecdiscuss] ICANN to require contract from .eu registry
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- From: Elisabeth Porteneuve <Elisabeth.Porteneuve@cetp.ipsl.fr>
- Date: Thu, 28 Mar 2002 20:21:29 +0100 (MET)
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> Any idea what this contract will look like?
The Dot EU qualify for 'emergency delegation/re-delegation'.
Quoting excellent CENTR minutes from Accra, reporting about
ccTLD meeting with ICANN CEO and President, to which ccTLD
convened also ICANN Board members:
It was asked why .us got redelegated so quickly, without the
US government having signed a contract with ICANN.
Lynn explained that it had been an 'emergency redelegation',
defining 'emergency redelegation' as a situation, where some
trustees are unable or unwilling to act and a redelegation has
to be made to preserve the operability of the TLD. This can
happen with and without an agreement.
For further information on this issue, see the link provided below.
The redelegation was done without a contract, because the
US Government informed ICANN that 'because of complexities of
U.S. procurement laws, it was not able to extend the existing
arrangements with VeriSign nor complete the necessary three-way
set of communications among itself, ICANN, and NeuStar.
This presented a peculiar set of circumstances: ICANN was faced
with the choice of (1) either authorizing a redelegation,
or (2) creating a situation where the event would have occurred
regardless but there would be inconsistent data in the IANA
database. Given ICANN's primary mission focus on stability
(and security as part of achieving stability), ICANN authorized
an emergency redelegation prior to an appropriate contract.
It is uncertain whether other ccTLD managers would be offered
an equivalent service in case of a redelegation."
Michael Froomkin made a candide question to himself, quoting
an article based on his own message:
> Date: Thu, 28 Mar 2002 12:16:23 -0500 (EST)
> From: "Michael Froomkin - U.Miami School of Law" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [ecdiscuss] ICANN to require contract from .eu registry
> Was this expected? It surprised me.
> Any idea what this contract will look like? How much will .eu have to pay
> ICANN? How much will it have to obey ICANN?
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