Re: [ga] Auerbach vs. ICANN update
hello sandy ..
many your inquiries can be answered by reading the legal briefs prepared by
OR, if you wish, you can request a legal opinion from kristy mckee ( who
seems to have a much deeper legal grasp of the issues than any of the rest
of us as well as the "inside track" on the courts decision on this
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sandy Harris" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, April 19, 2002 6:44 PM
Subject: Re: [ga] Auerbach vs. ICANN update
> Can someone please tell me exactly what ICANN
> management are protecting here? What parts of
> ICANN financial records are confidential and
> I can understand ICANN having some obligation to
> keep some records confidential. For example, I
> don't think they should put the personnel files
> on the web site.
> I cannot see, however, why parts of the financial
> records of an "open and transparent" "bottom-up"
> "public benefit" organisation should be hidden.
> Perhaps I'm missing some important point. If so,
> could someone please explain it to me?
> Please treat this as purely a request for factual
> Of course some would argue that current ICANN
> management are part of a nasty conspiracy and the
> issue is whether they can get away with concealing
> evidence. Others might claim Karl is a whacko with
> an agenda, out to disrupt ICANN when he should be
> supporting it. I could produce plausible arguments
> for either position.
> However, I'm asking for "just the facts" here. What
> ICANN financial records are confidential and why?
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