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Wendy’s Blog: Legal Tags Law enforcement demands to domain name registrars were a recurring theme of the 42d ICANN public meeting, concluded last week in Dakar. The Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC) took every opportunity at its public meetings with GNSO and Board, and in its Communique to express dismay, disappointment, and demands for urgent action to “reduce the risk of criminal abuse of the domain name system.” This conversation about domain name abuse benefits from a multi-stakeholder environment, where it can include domain registrars, registrants, and Internet users, along with law enforcement representatives. Broad debate helps because the question is not just how to “mitigate criminal activity using the domain name system,” but how to recognize criminal activity at the DNS level, how to implement due process to protect legitimate online speakers from abusive or mistaken takedowns, and how to protect the privacy and security of non-criminal users of the domain name system.
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