I don't think there is much we can do.
1) They don't care what gets said in this
forum. They don't even care what gets said at their meeting itself. They've
already made up their mind. They are just going through the motions.
yourself as a non-profit org isn't easy. I don't think it is, anyway.
I had already thought of that. From what very little I know, there's a lot
of paper work involved. If it was actually easy, I'd do it.
3) Contact the
guy at the Commerce department.
Secretary Donald Evans (US D.O.C.) by email at
Don't expect him (or anyone else) to
actually read it, though.
4) Get half a million .ORG owners to sue. Anything
fewer would be ignored by ICANN, Congress, the Comerce dept., and the news media.
Even that many would risk being thrown out of court because ICANN is such a nice,
If somebody in here was actually smart and knew what
to do and how to organize this resistance, it'd sure help.