[discuss] Conference: ICANN and Global Internet Governance: The Road to Sao Paulo, and Beyond, Singapore 21 March 2014
Shatan, Gregory S.
GShatan at ReedSmith.com
Thu Feb 27 08:17:34 UTC 2014
If by “Gregory” you are referring to me, there is no good purpose to citing me by name as “confused” about something I have not even commented on. I am fairly confident I am no more or less confused than most on this list. Ad personam attacks add nothing but “noise” to this or any other list. I suppose this is my punishment for challenging the use of “VGNIC-speak.”
That said – am I the only one confused by the reference to “interplus 2015 project governance”? If so, I look forward to someone from outside the VGNIC sphere of influence explaining it.
If I am not the Gregory to which you refer, my apologies.
From: discuss-bounces at 1net.org [mailto:discuss-bounces at 1net.org] On Behalf Of Elisabeth Blanconil
Sent: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 5:58 AM
To: William Drake
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Subject: Re: [discuss] Conference: ICANN and Global Internet Governance: The Road to Sao Paulo, and Beyond, Singapore 21 March 2014
Thank you William,
At 03:37 26/02/2014, you wrote:
"ICANN and Global Internet Governance: The Road to São Paulo, and Beyond"
What seems interesting is that whatever the meeting may discuss or state the ICANN and our GIG "Beyond" is already determined: principles, globalization, institutional innovation, by ...
17:15-17:45 Keynote Assessment by Larry Strickling, Asst. Secretary of Commerce, Government of the United States.
After all, I think I should discuss the interplus 2015 project governance rather than the old1983 USG internet. Not the same generation....
But Gregory may be confused.
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