Re: [ga] Consumer/Registrant Protection Consitituency
On Wed, Aug 01, 2001 at 08:43:45PM -0700, William S. Lovell wrote:
> Which puts you in the position of ratifying ICANN's claim to be
> a policy making rather than a technical coordinating body, does
> it not?
It is a sad irony that those who most vociferously complain about ICANN
exceeding its mandate as a technical coordinating body are precisely the
ones who exert the most pressure for it to become a global internet
governance organization, with large scale global elections and an
elaborate representational structure that some have compared to the UN.
It is a great pity that those individuals, some of whom are otherwise
quite intelligent, are simply oblivious to the intrinsic contradiction
in their position, and to the inevitable consequences of that
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