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    ICANN Staff and Structure Independent Review Panel Nominees Being Assembled
    posted by DavidP on Friday September 21 2001, @06:29AM

    According to the ICANN By-laws, the ICANN Board is required to "adopt policies and procedures for independent third-party review of Board actions alleged by an affected party to have violated the Corporation's articles of incorporation or bylaws." ICANN's Nominating Committee has now put out a call for comments from the Internet community regarding possible nominees to serve on such an "Independent Review Board."

    Quite a while ago I wrote that "the formation of an Independent Review Panel of some kind to serve as a counterweight and check on the powers exercised by the ICANN Board of Directors is of critical significance." This is, I suggested, "not the only way to reassure the Internet community that ICANN will not act in a manner that is contrary to the best interests of that community," but it would be "an important and possibly indispensable piece of that most important puzzle."





    The names that the Nominating Committee are considering are, in alphabetical order:

    Zoe Baird
    Luca Barbero
    Anthony Bekker
    Margit Brandl
    Charles H. Brower, II
    Daniel T. Burns
    Diane Cabell
    Steven Certilman
    Zheng Chengsi
    Rosemarie Christofolo
    M. Scott Donahey
    Paul Farquhar
    Tamar Frankel
    Michael Froomkin
    Sean D. Garrison
    Gabor Halmai
    Linda K. Hopkins
    Neil Kaplan
    Theodore F. Killheffer
    Michael Kirby
    Houston Putnam Lowry
    Michael F. McNulty
    Antonio Mille
    James Miller
    Henry H. Perritt, Jr.
    David G. Post
    Julie Sebutinde
    Peter Schalestock
    Stephen M. Schwebel
    Clive Stanbrook
    Robert C. Timmons
    James D. Troxell

    As you can see, my own name along with fellow ICANNWatch editor Michael Froomkin) is on the list, so I will refrain from further comment. Comments can be sent to the Nominating Committee , and should be sent by 1 October 2001.

     
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