- To: compliancecomments@xxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Compliance Audit
- From: Danny Younger <dannyyounger@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 05:19:31 -0700 (PDT)
Regarding the currently non-compliant registries and
registrars cited in the report, doesn't the public
have the right to know the identity of these
miscreants? It would appear that ICANN continues to
function moreso as a registry/registrar Guild Manager
than as a proper steward of the public interest.
You would think that the newly posted draft Framework
for Accountability and Transparency would have
motivated the authors of this report to be more
forthcoming -- the public needs to know which rogues
This should not have been an exercise in hiding the
dirty linen. In ICANN's Policy Document ICP-3 there
is a chapter entitled "ICANN Assumes the Public Trust"
-- from my vantage point, that trust has been
abrogated in favor of coddling the special interests
that feed the ICANN coffers.
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