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

John Curran jcurran at istaff.org
Wed Sep 10 22:58:23 UTC 2014

On Sep 10, 2014, at 6:04 PM, Michel S. Gauthier <mg at telepresse.com> wrote:

> Dear John,
> I am afraid you are wrong.

See below.

> "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.

Michael - 
  I was not speaking about whether or not he can participate on 1net
  (as that is not my call to make), only whether or not he wishes for 
  _me_ to respond - 

  "instead post just to <iucg at ietf.org> if you expect me to reply,"

  I have full control on whom I decide to respond to, and hence am 
  quite correct in my statement.   I am fine with pointing this out
  to you, as it appears you did not actually read my posting in full.


Disclaimer: My views alone.

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