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[announce] Notification of the change to the Names Council

July 10, 1999

The election processes for representatives to the DNSO Names
Council are independent between constituencies.

In Berlin, May 25th 1999, two MCI WorldCom employees had been
      Susan Anthony     (Trademark, intellectual property, 
                         anti-counterfeiting interests)
      Theresa Swinehart (Commercial and business entities)

ICANN's formal request advised MCI WorldCom that the ICANN Board 
had determined that no more than one employee, officer or director 
of a company may serve on the Names Council at any one time, 
regardless of the constituency the board member might represent.

Pursuant to a formal request by the ICANN CEO, Michael Roberts, on
behalf of the ICANN Board, MCI WorldCom has decided to withdraw
Susan Anthony from serving on the provisional Names Council (pNC) 
representing the International Trademark Association (INTA). 
The new INTA representative is Caroline Chicoine, an attorney
with the law firm of Blackwell Sanders Peper Martin in St. Louis,
Missouri, USA.

On the 9th of July 1999 Susan Anthony sent the notification of this 
change to the Names Council. Effective immediately.
The corresponding changes were done on the dnso.org site.

DNSO Secretariat