Re: [bc-gnso] RE: Important--Registry Registrar Separation issue
- To: BC gnso <bc-gnso@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [bc-gnso] RE: Important--Registry Registrar Separation issue
- From: George Kirikos <icann@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 5 Aug 2009 01:38:39 -0400
Normally I would not use my 3rd and final post of the day so early
into the day (i.e. before 2 am), but the following just could not go
On Tue, Aug 4, 2009 at 6:51 PM, Mike Rodenbaugh wrote:
> Nobody is paying me or my firm to lobby for them with respect to any ICANN
> policy issue.
Anyone can read Mike R's own Statement of Interest:
"Therefore I also advise those clients about ICANN, and advocate at
ICANN some of their views that ICANN policies should change and/or be
adopted to mitigate these problems."
Please tell the members of this constituency what is the difference,
if any, in your mind between "lobbying" and "adovating at ICANN some
of *THEIR* views (paying clients) that ICANN policies should change"?
Isn't that the very *definition* of lobbying?
Feel free to answer that in your next post, knowing that I won't be
replying until 12:01 am on Thursday, if I need to respond at all,
given that the above is so clear and speaks for itself. :)
Have a nice day everyone!