[discuss] Host country

Seun Ojedeji seun.ojedeji at gmail.com
Wed Mar 19 08:51:19 UTC 2014

Hello Hago,

I must say I find your writeup quite concerning. There are some part of it
that indicate that ICANN discriminate in the participation of Sudanese
individual/organisation(pardon me if I may have mis-understood your writeup
as it's flow is not very smooth), would you say this is as a result of the
sanctions from US  government? as I have been made to understand that it is
only when there are issues relating to licensing that ICANN is perceived to
act as such (because she  ofcourse has to obey the law).
I definitely can't imagine how you feel about all this (but I know you
don't feel good :)). Has some of these issues been taken up with ICANN
directly? and was their response indicative of the fact that they are
obeying the rule of law (as a result of the sanction)

Kind Regards

sent from Google nexus 4
kindly excuse brevity and typos.
On 19 Mar 2014 09:26, "Hago Dafalla" <dafalla at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Dear S.Moonesamy;
>    Please read my contribution for Netmundial which political sanctions
> are  mentioned.
> Impact of ICANN being a US registered organization and its relations with
> countries under US trade embargo<http://content.netmundial.br/contribution/impact-of-icann-being-a-us-registered-organization-and-its-relations-with-countries-under-us-trade-embargo/128>
> [image: image]<http://content.netmundial.br/contribution/impact-of-icann-being-a-us-registered-organization-and-its-relations-with-countries-under-us-trade-embargo/128>
> Impact of ICANN being a US registered organization and i...<http://content.netmundial.br/contribution/impact-of-icann-being-a-us-registered-organization-and-its-relations-with-countries-under-us-trade-embargo/128>
> Global Multistakeholder Meeting on the Future of Internet Governance
> View on content.netmundial.br<http://content.netmundial.br/contribution/impact-of-icann-being-a-us-registered-organization-and-its-relations-with-countries-under-us-trade-embargo/128>
> Preview by Yahoo
>   Thanks
> Hago Dafalla
> Sudan
>   On Wednesday, 19 March 2014, 0:09, S Moonesamy <sm+1net at elandsys.com>
> wrote:
>  Hi Seun,
> At 11:13 18-03-2014, Seun Ojedeji wrote:
> >My  understanding is that this political sanctions does not affect
> >internet operation in those regions especially as it relates to
> >names and IP resources. Are you saying this is not practically the
> >case? i.e does ICANN threat requests from those region differently
> >from others due to  governmental political sanctions?
> The above questions are about the past.  The Root zone has been
> working up to now.  There has been a few issues, e.g. see the .nz
> comments.  These issues haven't affected the Root zone.  Will it be
> in the interest of the relevant government not to exercise sanctions in
> future?
> Regards,
> S. Moonesamy
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