ICANN Resolutions » 2003-03-27 - President's Standing Committee on Privacy

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2003-03-27 - President's Standing Committee on Privacy


Resolution of the ICANN Board
Topic: 
President's Standing Committee on Privacy
Summary: 

Board resolves to appoint a President's Standing Committee on Privacy, to develop a charter, and to get Board approval.

Category: 
ICANN Structures
Meeting Date: 
周四, 27 三月 2003
Resolution Number: 
03.35
Status: 
Incomplete
Implementation Actions: 
  • Appoint a President's Standing Committee on Privacy.
    • Responsible entity: President
    • Due date: None provided
    • Completion date: 2003
  • Develop charter for Board approval.
    • Responsible entity: President in consultation with President's Standing Committee
    • Due date: goal of June 2003 (Montreal ICANN meeting)
    • Completion date: Not completed
Resolution Text: 

Whereas, ICANN's mission is to coordinate, at the overall level, the global Internet's systems of unique identifiers, and to ensure the stable and secure operation of the those systems, particularly domain names, Internet protocol addresses and autonomous system numbers; and protocol port and parameter numbers, as well as coordinating the operation and evolution of the DNS root name server system and policy development reasonably and appropriately related to these technical functions;

Whereas, although ICANN's mission does not encompass privacy issues generally, its existing policies and proposed policies being considered that relate to matters within the scope of its mission often have implications for personal privacy;

Whereas, the President and Board could benefit from the advice of a group responsible for monitoring the implications of existing and proposed ICANN policies on the handling of personal data;

Resolved [03.35] that the President is directed to appoint a President's Standing Committee on Privacy, to be responsible for monitoring the implications of existing and proposed ICANN policies on the handling of personal data. The President is directed, in consultation with the President's Standing Committee, to develop a detailed charter for the standing committee, and to submit it to the Board for its approval.

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