[discuss] governments and rule of law (was: Possible approaches to solving...)
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Thu Feb 27 14:55:48 UTC 2014
At 09:05 27/02/2014, Shatan, Gregory S. wrote:
> >>>Comments inline.
>From: discuss-bounces at 1net.org [mailto:discuss-bounces at 1net.org] On
>Behalf Of Elisabeth Blanconil
>Sent: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 9:50 AM
>To: David Conrad; Michel Gauthier
>Cc: discuss at 1net.org List
>Subject: Re: [discuss] governments and rule of law (was: Possible
>approaches to solving...)
>Thank you Conrad for this informed response. It is interesting for
>me in order to document what different are the different VGN
>configuration costs and revenues.
>At 14:05 26/02/2014, David Conrad wrote:
> >On Feb 26, 2014, at 9:10 AM, Michel Gauthier <mg at telepresse.com> wrote:
> > > You know the rule: if ICANN works for free for me, I am the
> > product. Why would I be your product?
>You have to know that Califiornian "main-morte" corporations are
>illegal in France and other countries where they are assimilated
>(French Revolution) to robbers bands.
> >>>This comment makes no sense -- A US corporation, from any state,
> whether non-profit or for-profit is not a "main-morte" corporation,
> and US corporations are certainly not "illegal" in France.
Please review you Californian code. ICANN is a no member corporation
(i.e. main morte). This is why Joe Sims chose it and documented it
(Santiago meeting if I am right).
What is interesting is that Joe Sims who designed ICANN for Jon
Postel wites: "in that real world, ICANN's mission is extremely
limited: to maintain the stability of the DNS. Or, to put it more
simply, to not screw it up. This is the prime objective, the
overriding core task, the critical job. Everything else is
secondary, or even lower than that, in importance and priority, and
that includes anything that can remotely be described as governance".
Actually ICANN cooperates and sells DNS stability of the "IN"
ICANN/NTIA class (see ICANN Affirmation of Commitment). VGNICS is
about the common support of all those who cooperate to the whole DNS
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