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New ICANN access model could make online enforcement more onerous

Patrick Wingrove, London


The proposed system to stop a GDPR-caused block on access to website holders’ data could introduce fees and tip off online infringers. It’s also uncertain whether rights holders would get access

ICANN published and asked for community feedback on its draft unified access model last week, which sets out how third parties can access non-public WHOIS information.

The new eight-page document attempts to build a framework for a consistent, tiered-access system...


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