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    "make it clear where comments come from"
    by Anonymous on Monday August 22 2005, @05:48AM (#16021)
    "make it clear where comments come from"

    ICANN attempts to do that with face-to-face meetings. Even in that case, they can not be sure
    where the comments *really come from* because people
    are paid to go to ICANN meetings and make the
    comments.

    Comments coming from humans really do not come
    from them, they come from other sources and
    forces. ICANN meetings are filled with brain-washed
    zombies that often are paid to fill the air with
    noise, while the real meetings are happening in
    other places.
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    "require all commenters to take the time to login"
    by Anonymous on Monday August 22 2005, @05:58AM (#16023)
    "require all commenters to take the time to login"

    Don't they first have to REGISTER ?

    Would their registration be verified ?
    Is there a DNA sample taken ?
    Will their social security number be posted ?
    How about their country citizenship or passport number ?

    Will that be tied to the ICANN whois information ?
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    You Only See What is Not Censored
    by Anonymous on Monday August 22 2005, @06:40AM (#16025)
    You Only See What is Not Censored

    Keep in mind that ICANNwatch is censored,
    edited, filtered, etc.

    It is ironic that the people who do the censoring
    go to ICANN forums and lecture on the dangers
    of censorship.

    As an aside, ICANN does the same thing. After
    the original beauty pageant of .TLDs was finished
    ICANN admitted that they had to work closely
    with the U.S. Government, the FBI, etc. to
    delete many comments, letters, etc. that people
    never saw.

    ICANN could not exist without the U.S. Government
    running their show. People would not pay any
    attention to ICANN. The real debate has always
    been, why do U.S. citizens want to pay **twice**,
    to fund the U.S. Government and the puppet
    ICANN government ?
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]


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