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Re: [ga] *IF* ICANN fails what about UN?
When the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of the US House
Commerce Committee held hearings on the DNS system this summer, they asked
precisely this question of those called to testify before then.
Jonathan Zittrain, director of the Berkman Center, answered the question and
posted his response online. See
<http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/zittrainqfrs.pdf> (question one, pages 1-2).
Mikael Pawlo <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote :
> So many voices claiming the failure of ICANN I wonder what the
> alternatives to a self-regulatory body would be?
> Could the UN host a body like this? Or will ICANN be replaced by a USGOV
> It's good to know what the alternatives are. For my own part I think the
> failure contestants are somewhat early in their conclusions, and I still
> think ICANN has a fair chance making it.
> ICQ:35638414 mailto:email@example.com
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