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Three reasons ICANN could swing the GDPR ban hammer on day one

Three reasons ICANN could swing the GDPR ban hammer on day one Kevin Murphy , May 16, 2018, 15:35:12 (UTC), Domain Policy While ICANN reckons it will act “reasonably” when it comes to enforcing compliance with its incoming GDPR emergency policy, there are some things it simply will not tolerate. The policy expected to be approved tomorrow and immediately incorporated by reference into registry and registrar contracts, is a little light on expected implementation timetables, so this week ICANN has been pressured for clarity. Will Compliance start firing off breach notices on May 26, the day after GDPR comes into effect, if the industry has not immediately implemented every aspect of the new policy? Attendees at the Global Domains Division Summit in Vancouver managed to get some answers out of general counsel John Jeffrey at a session yesterday. First off, if you’re a regist...

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