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[rpd] Summary of Proposal Policy Compliance Dashboard AFPUB-2021-GEN-003-DRAFT02

Jaco Kroon jaco at
Fri Dec 24 22:16:33 UTC 2021


Since this dashboard is based off of information that's already in
possession of Afrinic, and already available to yourself via myafrinic -
please clarify what additional risk this presents, because I fail to see
how this would increase any of the risks you mention.

Kind Regards,

On 2021/12/20 15:21, Serah Eazy wrote:

> Good day,
> My reservation against this proposal is that
> the dashboard may pose some problems because the technical side of
> things may be mishandled and may cause data breach.
> Data breach is an event no organization wants to experience. What
> level of assurance can be  given to members that their Information
> will not be compromised. Human error, insider misuse of information,
> physical theft of data carrying devices are likely issues that may
> arise from the implementation of the dashboard and whose outcomes
> could be disastrous.
> Thank you.
> Oluwabunmi
> On Wed, Dec 8, 2021, 4:25 PM PDWG Chair <vincent at> wrote:
>     **
>     *Dear PDWG, *
>     *
>     The  summary of the elements that led to the PDWG Chairs decision
>     for the policy proposal Policy Compliance Dashboard
>     AFPUB-2021-GEN-003-DRAFT02  that was discussed during the
>     AFRINIC-34 Public Policy Meeting is as follows :-
>     The concerns on the mailing list were addressed. During the open
>     microphone discussion of the proposal, the PDWG expressed support
>     of the intention of the policy, while also mentioning that  policy
>     should not be used to micromanage work done by staff and
>     cautioning against the scope creep of the PDP.
>     The privacy issue that was raised was addressed as the dashboard
>     is visible only to the member. 
>     After consideration of the mailing list discussions and during the
>     current Public Policy Meeting, the decision of PDWG Co-chairs is
>     that this policy proposal has reached rough  consensus. The policy
>     proposal therefore moves to Last Call  and the community can
>     further comment in that period.  The Last Call starts on 8
>     December 2021 and will end at 23h59 UTC on 5 January 2022.
>     Regards,
>     Vincent Ngundi & Darwin Da Costa
>     *
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