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    Ya, so what's YOUR point?
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Sunday June 05 2005, @09:09PM (#15467)
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    OK, spewmeister, I'll admit you (rarely) get it right, like that it's it all an ISOC conspiracy to drain our precious bodily fluids. So what?

    I've said already that I'm one of the few to get some of your obvious references, let alone some of the more obscure ones. Why keep hammering at it? If almost no-one gets it now, do you really expect some future digital archeologist to grab a few of your bits and fit them together correctly to say Eureka, here Anon knew it all along, and they weren't listening, no wonder they fell into decline so that you, long in your grave, can assume an attitude of smugness? Good on you. You win. So go away. I'm willing to concede that this wiser than all of thou attitude isn't just a quirk of the maggots eating you from within. CSI ICANN, film at 11.

    It's fairly easy to get over this spectacle, I just change my netkook nutbar mod settings to plus one and you disappear, which I'm about to do now, there's nothing to see here, move along.

    Assuming I'm not just committing the fox paw of addressing an annoybot who can't decipher, CUL8R. -g

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    ICANN Thought Police Force Starts to Take Shape
    by Anonymous on Monday June 06 2005, @06:13AM (#15468)
    ICANN Thought Police Force Starts to Take Shape

    As predicted, ICANN Registrars and employees will
    be **self-deputized** as the new InterPOL. If you
    want to see how this works, check out CUBA.
    Every idle housewife is a government snitch.
    Block-captains run around reporting on every
    move everyone makes. The insiders (pro-Castro
    crowd) are of course immune from any scrutiny.
    That is how a con man like Vinton Cerf is able
    to help defraud the U.S. of $11 BILLION dollars
    without notice, until it is too late.

    PROPOSED AGENDA FOR GAC WORKING SESSION
    LUXEMBOURG, 10 JULY 2005-06-01

    THE USE OF DOMAIN NAME AND IP ADDRESS DATA IN COMBATTING ILLEGAL
    ACTIVITIES ON THE INTERNET

    Purpose: Broaden understanding of the diverse aspects of domain
    name and IP address data maintained by registries and registrars, the
    public display of this data via WHOIS services, and the impact of the
    data on combating illegal activities on the Internet.

    Format: Panels of speakers drawn from the ICANN community who
    are involved in combating illegal activities, including governments/law
    enforcement agencies, registrars, registries, and ISPs.

    Session is an invitational working session, intended for all GAC
    members, with invitation to the Councils of the relevant ICANN
    Supporting Organizations, relevant ICANN staff and invited guest
    speakers/participants. The session will not be open to other attendance.

    SESSION 2 - Law Enforcement: Experiences and Perspectives (50-60
    minutes)
    NOTE: All proposed organizations/country representatives are
    tentative/pending

    Speaker 1 - Interpol (pending) summarise the extent of criminal activity
    and international collaboration in areas such as child pornography,
    illegal drug sales, money laundering, trafficking in persons, etc.
    Speaker: T.B.A.
    Time: 10 Minutes

    Speaker 2 - UK law enforcement agency rep (pending)
                  Speaker: T.B.A.
                    Time: 10 minutes

    Speaker 3 - Australian Law Enforcement (Australian High Tech Crime
    Centre) describing range of criminal activity (pornography, paedophilia,
    etc.) (pending)

    Speaker: T.B.A.
    Time: 10 Minutes

    Speaker 4 ?- Other GAC Law enforcement agency (Netherlands, Spain,
    Japan..?)
    Discussion: Law enforcement representatives attending share experiences
    Time: 20 minutes
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