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Edgemoor and Project Jake are focused on reconsidering the nature of RDDS (WHOIS) from first principles by establishing common templates for data requestors and collectors. Our work, however, does not happen in a vacuum; there are several areas relevant to our efforts worth noting.
- Federated access to information is a model used for decades in academia. Read more in our draft paper, “Academic Identity Federation Systems as a Model for WHOIS.” This paper points to several other relevant resources in this space.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Activities
“The GDPR and WHOIS privacy” by Michael Hausding, SWITCH-CERT
DNS Abuse Studies and Reports
- “Criminal Abuse of Domain Names Bulk Registration and Contact Information Access“, Interisle report, prepared by Dave Piscitello and Dr. Colin Strutt, Interisle Consulting Group, LLC