[CRISP-TEAM] IANA Intellectual Property Rights: Minimum Requirements
robachevsky at isoc.org
Tue Oct 13 12:02:32 CEST 2015
Nurani, I do not think we agreed on the exact text. How about the
following (as a closing sentence:
"From the Internet Number Community’s perspective these requirements
must be implemented as part of the transition".
What others think about this?
Nurani Nimpuno wrote on 13/10/15 11:26:
> Ah my apologies if I missed that. It was not clear to me that we had agreed that this should go into this document.
> Was there agreed text on this?
>> On 13 okt 2015, at 10:49, Andrei Robachevsky <robachevsky at isoc.org> wrote:
>> Hi Nurani,
>> I was under the impression that we agreed to reflect in this document
>> that the requirements must be implemented as part of the transition,
>> before the NTIA contract expires.
>> Nurani Nimpuno wrote on 13/10/15 08:20:
>>> Hi all,
>>> As agreed at the last CRISP call, we added a reference about the IETF
>>> trust to the text that Paul wrote. We will share this with the global
>>> nro-ianaxfer list as well as the other communities.
>>> As noted in the last CRISP call, the IANAPLAN group has also published a
>>> statement on the IPR issue, which the CRISP team found was consistent
>>> with the Number Community’s minimum requirements.
>>> Kind regards,
>>> *IANA Intellectual Property Rights: Minimum Requirements*
>>> * *
>>> This document outlines the Internet Number Community’s minimum
>>> requirements regarding IANA Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), as
>>> expressed in the Number Community proposal.
>>> *Minimum Requirements Regarding the IANA Trademark/ /and IANA.ORG
>>> The IANA trademark and the IANA.ORG <http://IANA.ORG> domain name will
>>> be associated with the IANA numbering services and not with a particular
>>> IANA Numbering Services Operator.
>>> The IANA trademark and the IANA.ORG <http://IANA.ORG> domain will be
>>> transferred and permanently held by an organisation that:
>>> - Is not the IANA Numbering Services Operator
>>> - Is an entity independent of the IANA Numbering Services Operator
>>> - Is neutral, trusted by the community of IANA stakeholders and
>>> has a proven track record of competence and transparency
>>> - Will facilitate a smooth transition of licenses and permissions
>>> should another operator (or operators) be selected in the future
>>> - Will ensure that these assets are used in a non-discriminatory
>>> manner for the benefit of the entire Internet community
>>> From the Internet Number Community’s perspective, the IETF Trust would
>>> be an acceptable candidate for this role based on the minimum
>>> requirements described above.
>>> *Minimum Requirements Regarding the IPR Status of Registries Related to
>>> the Performance of the IANA Numbering Services*
>>> The IPR status of registries related to the performance of IANA
>>> numbering services must ensure free and unrestricted access to the
>>> public registry data throughout the stewardship transition and beyond.
>>> In particular:
>>> - The IANA Number Registries must be in the public domain
>>> - Non-public information related to the IANA number resource
>>> registries and corresponding services, including the provision of
>>> reverse DNS delegation in IN-ADDR.ARPA and IP6.ARPA, is managed by the
>>> IANA operator and will be transferred to its successor(s)
>>> - All rights to non-public information related to the IANA number
>>> resource registries and corresponding services must be transferred to
>>> the RIRs
>>> == end
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