The ISPCP constituency's comments on the proposals for new Top level Domains
The ISPC fully supports ICANN in its efforts to ensure that the stability and reliability of the Internet is not challenged through the addition of new generic Top level Domains. As stated previously this principle is considered to be of paramount importance to the ISPC.
Against that background ICANN is urged to adopt a stable framework against which their evaluation of the applications can take place in a coherent manner. Whilst the constituency does not see it is their role to offer comment on individual applications, in an effort to assist in advancing the very difficult task facing ICANN it would like to suggest some top level principles which would assist.
In addition to the above points the ISPC also endorses the joint statement made by the Business and Intellectual Property Constituencies covering registrar and registration procedures, UDRP and the WHOIS database.
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