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||Tue, November 14, 2000 at 9:36 PM GMT
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Thanks Josh, we (obviously) agree with you. ICANN has voiced concerns about
our ability to control content in two areas. Firstly, they stated that we did
not have specifics about the content we would restrict. Our application deals
very pointedly with this subject in section E.19. In that section we detail
what content will be restricted, and how we will do it. Further, we detail
how we will enforce our policy|
Secondly, ICANN stated they were afraid that we
would not be able to control what content would be in the greenspace. Our answer
is that we are not a body that will restrict and control the content of the groups
using .kids. We are groups of people that agree to the content policy and therefore
want to be in the .kids space and have websites that conform to the policy.
application details the creation of a content policy board from our registrants to
ensure that our guidelines are representative of the Internet, not a narrow group
The IPC singled us out as innovative and solidly thought-out
when it came to the binding private contracts that we will enter into with our registrants.
is wrong if they think they have the luxury of waiting to do something for kids.
During the time it takes to read this post, thousands of kids have come online.
The market WILL do something to get AT kids online. ICANN has the opportunity
to do something FOR them.
- .KIDS Josh272, November 14 @ 9:15 PM (1/5)
- Controlling Content tyrastor, November 14 @ 9:36 PM (2/4)