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Re: [wg-b] Re: ICANN's Mandate
No, the White Paper said that the Internet should set its own rules (not
statutes) concerning domain names (vis a vis trademarks in particular), and
ICANN is the vehicle for doing so.
At 08:56 pm 10/08/1999 -0700, d3nnis wrote:
>Mike Roberts Wrote:
>>The USG White Paper, which is ICANN's chartering policy document,
>> clearly puts trademark issues that intersect with the Domain Name
>> System on our agenda.
>Surely you don't contend that Congress transferred its power to write
>trademark statutes to the Department of Commerce, which then passed
>it to ICANN? Or do you?
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