ICANN DNSO Business Constituency
Berlin – May 24th, 1999
Olivier INTEANU – CIGREF
Jean François Lavignon – BULL
Waclaw Iszkowski – Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications
Izumi – APIA
Masanobu Katoh – Fujitsu
Theresa Swinehart – MCI Worldcom
Werner – ICC
Jan Lange Deutsche Telecom
John C. Lewis – BT
Rafael Ale – AHCIET
Rosa Delgado – SITA
Daniel – ISOC NL
Javier Sola – EuroInternet (chairing the session)
List of secretariat functions prepared:
Cigref has budget: for 50 members it would be US$2,000 from each member. The form recommends US$750 as maximum.
The issue is complicated. Let us see what the DNSO assembly says about a joint secretariat.
Representation in different constituencies
There is agreement that the same person may represent their company in different constituencies
The permanent charter will be written today, taking out all the temporary provisions. There will be no calendar.
Election for Secretariat:
Nominations by September 7th. Nominations must include budget (almost like bids). An elections calendar will be developed.
ITAA will host the dnsobusiness.org website. It will be run by the secretariat.
Javier will pass the structured member list to the secretariat.
The interim secretariat:
Calendar for elections for Names Council representatives:
On the WIPO report:
The DNSO Business Constituency supports the WIPO report as a working document. We generally agree with the principles in the WIPO report and we applaud their effort. We look forward to working closely with WIPO to finalize and implement fully the proposals.