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# DNS Abuse:  
 
# DNS Abuse:  
 
#* The [[ALAC]] held a session on DNS abuse from the end user's perspective. The session focused on what the [[RALO]]s can do to curtail abuse.  
 
#* The [[ALAC]] held a session on DNS abuse from the end user's perspective. The session focused on what the [[RALO]]s can do to curtail abuse.  
#** [[Leon Sanchez]] opened the discussion by stressing the need for a consensus definition of [[DNS Abuse]], as well as improving understanding of the approaches to and interests in DNS Abuse responses from different stakeholders;
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#** [[Leon Sanchez]] opened the discussion by stressing the need for a consensus definition of [[DNS Abuse]], as well as improving understanding of the approaches to and interests in DNS Abuse responses from different stakeholders. [[Graeme Bunton]] intervened later in the meeting, noting that there was no need to gain consensus on a definition in order to move forward. Stating that it would be very easy to spend endless hours defining the edges of the term, Bunton urged participants to focus on solutions.
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#** [[Joanna Kulesza]], acting as moderator noted that there is no current policy development platform within ICANN for addressing DNS Abuse, although it is a topic in numerous other policy processes;
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#** [[Seun Ojedeji]], representing [[AFRALO]], emphasized the importance within the AFRALO region of educating the continent's end user population, who have a strong expectation that the Internet will reliably deliver the information or goods they are searching for. AFRALO's efforts have focused on virtual and in-person opportunities to raise awareness and build capacity among end users;
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#** [[Satish Babu]] of [[APRALO]] repeated the call for education and capacity building within the region, and added that both policy advocacy and the development of tools, technologies, or institutional knowledge were other opportunities for RALO involvement. He pointed out efforts such as [[NetBeacon]], as well as mooting the possibility of an inter-RALO abuse watchdog, which might be particularly effective at noting trends or new targets (such as the rise in fraudulent charities in the wake of a natural disaster). Babu agreed with Graeme Bunton that a precise, consensus definition had very little benefit, and wasted time that could be spent combating abuse;
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#** [[Olivier Crepin-Leblond]] spoke on behalf of [[EURALO]], and also emphasized the value of focusing on concrete tools to combat abuse. He highlight [[ISOC Belgium]]'s [[ISTrust.org]] tool, which provides a plugin for all major browsers that provides information about the owner, age, security protocols, and other aspects of a website;
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#** [[Augusto Ho]], representing [[LACRALO]], suggested that entrepreneurship and and work within the private sector might assist and inform RALO efforts to develop tools and solutions;
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#** [[Eduardo Diaz]] spoke for [[NARALO]].<ref>[https://74.schedule.icann.org/meetings/tnf2SWwmySJmJJqdk ICANN 74 Archive - At-Large Policy: An End User's Perspective on the Role of At-Large in DNS Abuse], June 13, 2022</ref>
 
#*[[ccNSO]] have sessions from each organization's perspective.<ref>[https://74.schedule.icann.org/meetings/tnf2SWwmySJmJJqdk ICANN 74 Archive - At-Large Policy: An End User's Perspective on the Role of At-Large in DNS Abuse], June 13, 2022</ref> <ref>[https://74.schedule.icann.org/meetings/NL93AXLzxeQE7bwgd ICANN 74 Archive - ccNSO: ccTLD Role in DNS Abuse Policies], June 16, 2022</ref>
 
#*[[ccNSO]] have sessions from each organization's perspective.<ref>[https://74.schedule.icann.org/meetings/tnf2SWwmySJmJJqdk ICANN 74 Archive - At-Large Policy: An End User's Perspective on the Role of At-Large in DNS Abuse], June 13, 2022</ref> <ref>[https://74.schedule.icann.org/meetings/NL93AXLzxeQE7bwgd ICANN 74 Archive - ccNSO: ccTLD Role in DNS Abuse Policies], June 16, 2022</ref>
 
# Prioritization:
 
# Prioritization:
Bureaucrats, Check users, lookupuser, Administrators, translator
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