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    Re: Fireworks Start A Day Before ICANN Hearing
    by Anonymous on Tuesday June 11 2002, @05:20AM (#7072)

    All European Citizens should vote against this.

    We don't need American intervention, ICANN is and should stay an independant international body, and not an US-controlled organization.

    God Bless The EU! http://www2.hku.nl/~rob9/europe/

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    Re: Fireworks Start A Day Before ICANN Hearing
    by Anonymous on Tuesday June 11 2002, @05:51AM (#7073)
    The US created ICANN and the US still has a say in how it is run. Eeeeee Uuuuuuu, deal with it.
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    Re: Fireworks Start A Day Before ICANN Hearing
    by Anonymous on Tuesday June 11 2002, @07:02AM (#7085)
    no surprise.
    But the very funny thing... (tomcat arriving....) is that the us doesn't understand it. The just found a dirty bomb and they do keep on... and keep on... and on...

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    • THIS by Anonymous Tuesday June 11 2002, @02:06PM
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    Re: Fireworks Start A Day Before ICANN Hearing
    by 300baud (service at evesnetwork dot com) on Tuesday June 11 2002, @07:31AM (#7086)
    User #2869 Info | http://www.evesnetwork.com
    Quoting Yahoo Story:
    "Burns said the change was necessary because ICANN has exceeded its authority, does not operate in an open fashion, and is dangerously unaccountable to Internet users, businesses and other key interest groups."

    Bravo! I couldn't agree more.

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    by Anonymous on Tuesday June 11 2002, @02:11PM (#7097)
    its terribly sad to see this type of rift occuring and the animousity developing here..

    i am especially concerned about the "anti-american" comments AND THE POSTING REFERRING TO THE "DIRTY BOMB" made ON THIS SITE

    as someone whose grandfather was one of the 300,000 americans killed in action in Europe in WW II (defending opression, terrorism, & the rights of "ALL" of us to a democratic way of life), i find it "repulsive" to see these kinds of comments expressed here..

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