RE: [alac] ICANN Takes on Spam
FYI, there is discussion right now going on about the opportunity of including these types of links, and there is, like for most issues, a wide difference of opinions. My personal take is that it should not be there, because it could give the impression of mission creep, but have also to confess that I don't see it as a very problematic issue. The most important thing is, IMHO, to define a policy (in the strict sense, i.e. just an internal rule for ICANN staff) on what to include in the newsletters, web pages, etc., and what to leave out even if some members of the ICANN community might be interested. Incidentally, I think that the coverage of spam-related issues started with the Spamhaus legal case, and maybe somebody thought important to follow up with other spam-related news. Regards, Roberto Gaetano ALAC ICANN Board Liaison > -----Original Message----- > From: owner-alac@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-alac@xxxxxxxxx] On > Behalf Of Vittorio Bertola > Sent: 04 November 2006 07:33 > To: Bret Fausett > Cc: alac@xxxxxxxxx > Subject: Re: [alac] ICANN Takes on Spam > > Bret Fausett ha scritto: > > Take a look at the ICANN web site (http://www.icann.org/), > > specifically the top item under "announcements." I read the linked > > story. I can't find anything relevant to ICANN. What's going on? > > Wrong feed being integrated in the home page? > ICANN website trying to become an Internet Governance portal? > Free advertising for the Australian government? > I'm as puzzled as you... > -- > vb. [Vittorio Bertola - v.bertola [a] > bertola.eu.org]<----- > http://bertola.eu.org/ <- Prima o poi...