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Re: [ga] the NC takes the next step

If there is a civil dispute between the government of the US and a citizen 
or organization, who arbitrates?  There is a legal system within the 
country.  Regardless of how sophisticated or primitive, it is within that 
country's soveriegn rights to resolve it.  Unless the parties involved ask 
for arbitration by a third party, there should be no interference.


On 7 Jun 2001, at 2:11, Jim Ayson wrote:

> At 12:07 PM 6/6/01 -0400, L Gallegos wrote:
> >Regardless of the representation within a ccTLD country or region, do we
> >or anyone outside that region have a right to interfere?
> >
> >In the end, if a country is at odds with a cctLD manager, it should be up
> >to them to work it out and not ICANN, an SO organization or any other
> >outside force.  To do anything else puts ICANN in a political policy
> >position which is completely out of line.
> A few questions:
> But if the community and the ccTLD manager cannot work it out, who can
> arbitrate? Is there a 3rd party eligible apart from ICANN? If it's an SO
> organization, which one?
> --------------------------------
> jim ayson / jim@philmusic.com

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