[discuss] ICANN accountability and Internet Governance Principles

Shatan, Gregory S. GShatan at ReedSmith.com
Thu Apr 3 18:10:27 UTC 2014

When there several modes of transportation available, the choice of whether to go by car, train, plane or Tardis is significant.

Clearly, we still have to decide our exact destination and our route.  No one would say otherwise.

And in this case (not to do too much violence to the analogy), we know the vehicle in which we'll be seated when we get there.

Greg Shatan
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Subject: Re: [discuss] ICANN accountability and Internet Governance Principles

At 16:01 03/04/2014, Milton L Mueller wrote:
>this is a real "vote of confidence" in the MS model.

This is like saying: I vote that a car must be driven.

This leaves questions such as:
- who will be the driver?
- how will he/she drive?
- where will he/she want to go?
- will he/she listen tothe passengers?
- how much will he/she charge?
- etc. etc.


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