[discuss] On the technical side
jefsey at jefsey.com
Sun Mar 16 19:01:31 UTC 2014
At 17:09 16/03/2014, John Curran wrote:
>On Mar 16, 2014, at 11:37 AM, Jefsey
><<mailto:jefsey at jefsey.com>jefsey at jefsey.com> wrote:
>>These issues are probably to be better studied when refering to the
>>IANA issue. The USG cannot delegate what is owned by ISOC.
> Could you be a little clearer?
These FAQ are an easy reminder of the legal issues concerning the
ownership of the Internet technology.
>Do you believe that the NTIA must maintain its present IANA
>functions contract as a result of the above reference?
IANA is an ICANN trade mark
NTIA relinquishes something it does not own and will continue to
control. What about Verisign.
>To the extent that ISOC and the IETF are "global customers and
>partners of the IANA services", and any transition plan proposed
>meets their needs and expectations (a requirement stated by NTIA),
>why would the above reference document pose any issue?
Rights on the Internet are owned by the IETF Trust (nothing to do
with IANA, ICANN or the NTIA). This Trust can be modified and have
successors. It only grants right to modify or make derivative work
outside of the IETF on a case per case basis.
The only "globalization" would be to "globalize" the IETF, the list
and the designation process of its trustees (Jari Arkko, Scott
Bradner, Randy Bush, Tobias Gondrom (Chair), Chris Griffiths, Bob
Hinden, Russ Housley, Ray Pelletier, and Kathy Brown), and most of
all to make it independent from any USG/Congress decision (art. 10.2).
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