The At-Large has made it its mission to combat DNS Abuse and has started a number of conversations on that topic. Many registrars and registries are wary of new specific contract provisions and believe the environment to be too fluid to manage via the contract. At the same time, it's become clear that ICANN Contract Compliance lacks tools to combat systemic abuse when it identifies it. One solution would be to simply negotiate a "threshold" of abuse, described as a percentage of second level registrations being used for DNS Abuse. If that percentage goes over the the agreed upon threshold, the contracted party is in breach and ICANN Contract Compliance can begin to take action. With this model contracted parties would be free to use whatever tools they deemed necessary to keep their percentage of abuse below the threshold. Let's discuss!Agenda: https://community.icann.org/x/2SiJBw
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