Re: [ga] Request for immediate action to be taken againstRegisterNamesHere .com
Sunday, Sunday, April 07, 2002, 8:51:51 PM, Joanna Lane wrote:
> <I'm asking you for specifics, what exactly has ICANN, the Registries,
> <and/or the Registrars violated in terms of their contracts and/or
> <charters/bylaws/etc as appropriate?
> For a start, ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF INTERNET CORPORATION FOR ASSIGNED
> NAMES AND NUMBERS, As Revised November 21, 1998, 3. This Corporation is a
> nonprofit public benefit corporation and is not organized for the private
> gain of any person.
ICANN being a public benefit corporation is really irrelevant.
Perhaps you should look into the legal meaning of public benefit
> Added to which, Bylaws ARTICLE III: TRANSPARENCY AND PROCEDURES, Section 1.
> GENERAL. The Corporation and its subordinate entities shall operate to the
> maximum extent feasible in an open and transparent manner and consistent
> with procedures designed to ensure fairness.
None of which would require them to force registrars to operate a
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