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back to article In the wake of RegisterFly, is ICANN taking flight?

In the aftermath of the ICANN meeting in Lisbon, the RegisterFly disaster continues to inspire both litigation and paranoia. Those connecting the dots are convinced that an ICANN report debated at the Lisbon meetings exploring the possibility of changing ICANN to an international organization along the lines of the …

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Gutless !

ICANN must rank as one of the most gutless organisations around. If ICANN backtrack on this matter of RegisterFly and wash their hands of it then I hope we are saying goodbye also to ICANN as it is. What as earth is the point of having such a waste of space "overseeing"

the domain system ?. NONE !

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If

ICANN has the authority to make decisions over registrars that affect millions of people, then ICANN needs to be held accountable for its actions, end of story.

If

ICANN wants to give up its authority and act only as a medium for storing and passing information, with no rights to decision making, then they can have immunity from the people.

otherwise, they face the music.

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If

ICANN has the authority to make decisions over registrars that affect millions of people, then ICANN needs to be held accountable for its actions, end of story.

If

ICANN wants to give up its authority and act only as a medium for storing and passing information, with no rights to decision making, then they can have immunity from the people.

otherwise, they face the music.

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