[discuss] There is no internet governance topic or group filtering on the 1NET, NETmundial list

Michel S. Gauthier mg at telepresse.com
Wed Sep 10 22:04:44 UTC 2014

Dear John,

I am afraid you are wrong.

"1net is an open, inclusive, multistakeholder platform for advancing 
global discussions on Internet governance" (http://1net.org). ICANN, 
NTIA, and everyone on this list will always make sure the internet is 
a free talk place and there is no intellectual, political, technical 
terrorism of any kind on this list.

Everyone can freely participate to the determination of the future of 
the free and democratic multistakeholder internet, under ICANN, 
partly ICANN or without ICANN.

That is as long as he/she stays polite and respects netiquette.

At 18:28 10/09/2014, John Curran wrote:
>On Sep 10, 2014, at 12:10 PM, FSP4NET <alliance at fsp4.net> wrote:
> > John,
> >
> > We have just discussed your message in a MYCANN Skype meeting. It 
> seems that we have framework agreement with you, however with a 
> simple and clearly identified disagreement concerning our different 
> perspectives. This should help in clearly identifying the issues at stake.
>    For posts on topics beyond simply "ICANN VGN governance" (as you 
> put it), instead post just
>    to <iucg at ietf.org>  if you expect me to reply, as multiple folks 
> on this discuss at 1net.org list
>    have indicated that your messages are out of scope here...
>discuss mailing list
>discuss at 1net.org

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