Re: [ga] Letter from ICANN to New.net
As you are one of my favorite posters, one of the finest contributors to the
product of the GA, a staunch and undaunted advocate for privacy and free speech and
a person that don't take no crap off of nobody; I say this very advisedly -- I
gather you are really mad at someone for you to use the word fascist.
Let me take this time also to ask if you would consider running for the BoD seat
for which you and Jefsey are our finest candidates (in that a Norte Americano such
as myself may not run or should not). I say this very seriously in that we need
one of you two to win. I feel quite confident that you would be a fine dotcommoner
What say thee,
Joanna Lane wrote:
> ICANN knows, as any business knows, that things change, that it is almost
> impossible to guard against the unforeseen. What is so galling is that once
> the unforeseen presents itself, ICANN not only denies its very existence, it
> engages in duplicitous business practice by pretending it had a policy all
> along for such an eventuality, and furthermore, when questioned on its
> authority for making such a policy statement, then declares consensus on the
> basis of ill-formed processes that have not been ratified by the public
> whose interest it purports to represent. These are fascist practices.
> If we give everybody the vote, we may not like what they vote for, but at
> least they cannot claim ICANN is a dictatorship of special interest groups.
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