[discuss] shifts in IANA/accountability discussion: your thoughts?

Michel S. Gauthier mg at telepresse.com
Fri Jun 13 01:30:42 UTC 2014

Dear Willi,

what you ask for is the internet as a human right. This right has a 
cost as every right has. States are to foot the costs of rights. This 
is why we pay taxes. The NTIA has stated  they did not want a state 
enhanced cooperation like for the roads.

Are you asking that in exchange of controlling the Internet through 
ICANN, the USG uses ICANN as a channel for financing a "global 
internet human right" for free?

M S G.

At 22:56 12/06/2014, willi uebelherr wrote:

>Dear Michele and Jordan, dear friends,
>i think, NetMundial with 1net.org, MSis'm, public discussions about 
>"Internet Governance" is a big joke, a big theater. What you want to 
>discuss with people from IANA, ICANN, IETF, NetMundial and so on? 
>That you want to be part in the definition processes?
>No, all representative structures are installed as a theater, a show. No more.
>No, we have to discuss about our own ideas for a free and neutral 
>transportsytem for data packets all over our planet. This can be 
>helpful for us to open our views and thinking. never we get any 
>result, without frustration, if we ask any organisation to go on this way.
>And, we have another point. This transportsystem have to be free in 
>using and free in money-cost for all people in our small world. And 
>this is the break point, because all memberorganisation in this area 
>have a clear interest in the financial transfers, in the business.
>I hope, on this list are people with the responibility for a free 
>communication system for all people in our world. This and only this 
>is the condition to start the search process for a real Inter-Net.
>many greetings, willi
>Jinotepe, Nicaragua
>Am 12/06/2014 05:01, schrieb Michele Neylon - Blacknight:
>>I suspect quite a few of us only check this list from time to time. 
>>The previous volumes of email were impossible to keep up with.
>>On ICANN accountability - there appears to be some movement, but 
>>how it all pans out remains to be seen.
>>IANA transition - I assume you've seen the latest updates from 
>>ICANN with the suggested makeup of the "panel" (or whatever they're calling it)
>>Mr Michele Neylon
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>>From: discuss-bounces at 1net.org [mailto:discuss-bounces at 1net.org] On 
>>Behalf Of Jordan Carter
>>Sent: Thursday, June 12, 2014 11:12 AM
>>To: discuss at 1net.org
>>Subject: [discuss] shifts in IANA/accountability discussion: your thoughts?
>>Is this list still active?
>>How are people feeling in the lead up to ICANN London about the 
>>responses of the organisation on the IANA transition process and 
>>the initial paper on ICANN accountability?
>>I think there have been some steps forward in terms of 
>>acknowledging feedback and changing the process in response, but 
>>more to be done esp in linking the two processes together, if I had 
>>to sum it up in a sentence.
>>What do others think?
>>Jordan Carter
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