It goes without saying that these websites will be publicised in all quarters of
the domain industry, in all corners of the American political spectrum, and every
branch of the media.
The websites will deal with fact, not "spin", and will simply
offer "openness and transparency" to processes that have seriously lacked openness
The only people who should dislike this publicity will be those
who have anything to hide.
I have felt pushed to this action by the failure of
Vint Cerf and Hal Lubsen to respond in detail and in openness to the very serious
matters of concern that have been repeatedly raised on this forum and others.
these matters have been dealt with, openly and decently, I fully intend to hand the
domain names over to the people whose names are being publicised, free of charge.
take the view that when people have been defrauded of millions of dollars there is
NO place for evasion and silence, and a total need for full and detailed explanation
and dialogue, especially from those agencies - like ICANN and the DOC Subcommittee
- who have been vested with responsibilities and who have presided over the shambles
that has caused so many people to be defrauded.
There are hard and detailed questions
to be answered.
No-one can object to the questions being posed, unless they have
something to hide.
No-one can object to openness and transparency, and the high-profile
publicity that can accompany it, if they feel they can hold their heads up high...
like Afilias Director Robert Connelly can do just that... he admitted the Company
had perpetrated an "abomination" and washed his hands of it... he can hold his head
Can Hal? Can Vint? Can Fred Upton?