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    Re:U.S. Government Secretly Invites ICANN Insiders
    by Anonymous on Wednesday June 15 2005, @10:51AM (#15589)
    Yep, time to bring in the U.S. Senate, the FCC and the FTC and all 48 of the State Governments.

    ICANN did NOT get the job done. ICANN is history, just like the IAHC.

    What do people expect from the Clinton-Gore ICANN ?
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    Re:U.S. Government Secretly Invites ICANN Insiders
    by Anonymous on Wednesday June 15 2005, @11:02AM (#15591)
    Contact Secretary Gutierrez by email at cgutierrez@doc.gov.

    Name and Organization:
    Locator Information Last name:

    Sene Internet address: SSENE@NTIA.DOC.GOV

    First name: Suzanne
    Office phone 202-482-3167

    US Department of Commerce, 1401 Constitution Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20230

    Contact Secretary Gutierrez by email at cgutierrez@doc.gov.
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    Re:U.S. Government Secretly Invites ICANN Insiders
    by Anonymous on Wednesday June 15 2005, @11:11AM (#15592)
    Office of the Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information

    Assistant Secretary - Michael D. Gallagher 202/482-1840

    Office of International Affairs

    Associate Administrator - Robin Layton 202/482-1866

    OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS -

    NOTE:  Email may be sent to any person listed below by using the first letter of their first name added to their entire last name, using the format:  flast @ ntia.doc.gov .  For example:  tsmith @ ntia.doc.gov (remove the spaces before sending).

    ALEXANDER Fiona OIA 202/482-1866

    HANDLEY Cathy OIA 202/482-0012

    HAWKINS Tanika A/S 202/482-1866

    JENKINS Marilyn OIA 202/482-1866

    KILPATRICK Judith H. OIA 202/482-1087

    LAYTON Robin OIA 202/482-1866

    SENE Suzanne OIA 202/482-1866

    SPECK Christina OIA 202/482-1440

    STEINOUR Diane E. OIA 202/482-3180
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    Re:U.S. Government Secretly Invites ICANN Insiders
    by Anonymous on Wednesday June 15 2005, @11:15AM (#15593)
    "promote policies that open ICT markets and encourage competition."

    Certainly not ICANN. They restrain trade and
    lock people into their ISOC and RIR pyramid scheme.

    "The Office of International Affairs (OIA) develops and implements policies to enhance U.S. companies’ ability to compete globally in the information technology and communications (ICT) sectors. In consultation with other U.S. agencies and the U.S. private sector, OIA participates in international and regional fora to promote policies that open ICT markets and encourage competition."
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