RE: [nc-org] Additional statment?
Fellow TF members.
The BC has always supported the introduction of greater competition in the
provision of key gTLD Internet services and sees that such improved
competition would also add diversity and introduce new investment.
The suggested supplemental statement - with a minor enhancement - has been
part of the BC position on .org divestiture and we would support its
communication to the Board.
Rather than seek to prolong the TF work in formulating a consensus policy
recommendation for the NC to adopt and forward to the Board, it is BC's
expectation that the statement below will be part of our minority view
supplemental comments - unless of course there is overwhelming support for
its inclusion in the full report!
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From: Milton Mueller [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, 09 January, 2002 3:47 a.m.
Subject: [nc-org] Additional statment?
Some constituencies support supplementing the
.org policy with the following statement:
"The Task Force would not, in the interest of increasing
competition, DIVERSITY AND NEW INVESTMENT, wish to see the incumbent
provider of gTLD registry services, Verisign, take an
interest in or contract to deliver critical services
to the new management organization."
What do you think?