[CRISP-TEAM] IPR Status for implementation

Izumi Okutani izumi at nic.ad.jp
Mon Jun 13 16:22:22 CEST 2016


Thank you for the question. The short answer is no, while the operational communities have agreed to move as efficiently as possible and to complete the implementation before Sep 30th this year.
This is why in the latest update to the CRISP Team, it is expressed that we would like to confirm the implementation steps for IPR.

Details of developments until today are as below:

  Jan 2016
  - As the broad timelines, the three operational communities had agreed to complete work on principals terms and framework by Feb 2016.
  - CRISP have handed over the responsibility on IRP implementation to the RIRs

  Feb 2016
  - The draft has been shared to each operational communities, and to the ianaxfer list on Feb 2016 by Alan Barrett from NRO EC
  Mar 2016
  - It was announced to move to review of the IPR principals by legal counsel in all three communities

I hope this helps. Perhaps Nurani has additional comments.


On 2016/06/11 13:51, Janvier NGNOULAYE wrote:
> Thank you Izumi,
>> This is now under legal review by each operational communities.
> Is there any timeline set ?
> Regards
> Janvier
> 2016-06-10 0:04 GMT+01:00 Izumi Okutani <izumi at nic.ad.jp>:
>> Dear CRISP Team,
>> Once again, it's excellent news to confirm the NTIA's assessment report
>> published.
>> With the finalised SLA and the Review Committee Charter, the remaining
>> implementation to be addressed on the transition proposal for IANA
>> Numbering Services is IPR related to the provision of the IANA service.
>> We would like to share the current status on IPR with some recent
>> developments.
>> As we had updated the CRISP Team both on this list and at the CRISP Team
>> call, we have handed over the responsibility on coordinating and preparing
>> implementation for IPR from the CRISP Team to the RIRs in Jan 2016.
>> Based on this, CRISP Chairs have been observing the progress as below.
>> The leaders from the three operational communities have developed and
>> agreed on the principal terms of the legal document on IPR related to the
>> provision of the IANA service.
>> The draft has been shared by Alan Barrett from the NRO EC on the global
>> ianaxfer list in Feb 2016:
>> https://www.nro.net/pipermail/ianaxfer/2016-February/000728.html
>> This is now under legal review by each operational communities.
>>   IETF          : The IETF Trust has In the The Trust has determined that
>> it could proceed with negotiating the relevant agreements to implement the
>> transfer of the IPR according to the principles in the document
>>   ICANN CWG-IANA: Legal review received from the lawyers and shared on the
>> CWG mailing list
>>   RIRs          : Waiting for legal review to be completed by the RIR
>> lawyers
>> Further, the CWG Chairs have invited other communities to share legal
>> reviews from respective lawyers, and there is a meeting suggested next
>> week, among the group of leaders on the IANA IPR group from each
>> operational communities.
>> In moving forward, we would like to request that the CWG and RIRs are able
>> to approve the principal terms document smoothly with clarity on the date,
>> to move to the next phase of developing the contracts between the IETF
>> Trust and each operational communities respectively. Additionally, we would
>> like to confirm the timelines for these implementation steps for IPR, in
>> order to complete the implementation including IPR before the expiry of the
>> IANA contract in Sep 2016.
>> Please let us know if you have any questions, and welcome any additional
>> information if there is anything which can be shared on this list from the
>> RIR legal team.
>> Nurani & Izumi
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