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    Re:Number Resource Organization (NRO) NRO.NET
    by Anonymous on Monday November 07 2005, @06:46AM (#16426)
    "NRO.NET, an agent for ICANN"

    Meeting of the NRO Executive Council

    050907

    The Chair opened the meeting at 7:13 AM UTC.

    At the beginning of the meeting there was a discussion about the participation of observers. RE pointed out that the direction to observers of the NRO EC meetings is indicated in the minutes of the June, 9, 2005, meeting.

    Attending:
    Paul Wilson (PW)
    Ray Plzak (RP)
    Axel Pawlik (AP) - Chair
    Raul Echeberia (RE)
    Adiel Aplogan (AA) - telephonic

    Richard Jimmerson (RJ) – observer / minute taker
    Paul Rendek (PR) - observer
    Anne Lord (AL) – observer / telephonic

    3) Contribution to ICANN Budget

    *NRO-EC 05-22 050315:*
    RP To prepare one last version of a document of contract services with our comments on this and send it to the EC.
    STATUS CLOSED

    RP reported that he has completed this task. Following his sending of the draft to the list there were comments made. RP has created a new draft based on those comments and would like to discuss them at this meeting. A discussion of the new draft ensued.

    Following discussion of the document it was agreed RP will complete a new draft to align it with the agreements made during this meeting. RP also agreed to submit an IANA services draft to the NRO EC.

    NEW ACTION
    NRO EC 05-66 050907
    RP - Agreed to submit a draft of the SLA for IANA services to the NRO EC.

    4) NRO Incorporation

    AP proposed that the NRO EC request a complete compilation of the current document set related to NRO incorporation from the RIR attorneys through the designated coordinator, Eduardo. Everyone agreed.

    NEW ACTION
    NRO EC 05-67 050907
    AP - Request a complete compilation of the current document set related to NRO incorporation from the RIR attorneys through the designated coordinator, Eduardo.
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    Re:Number Resource Organization (NRO) NRO.NET by Anonymous
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    Re:Number Resource Organization (NRO) NRO.NET
    by Anonymous on Monday November 07 2005, @07:45AM (#16427)
    Pay no attention to the fact that the NRO.NET does
    not exist. The Northern Virginia Spooks and legal
    teams will make that happen, just in time for the
    U.N. meetings. The timing is everything.

    Just as with ARIN, within a week of being formed
    the NRO.NET will be talking like they have been
    around for years and how ESSENTIAL they are to
    Internet Governance.
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    Re:Number Resource Organization (NRO) NRO.NET
    by Anonymous on Monday November 07 2005, @07:49AM (#16428)
    Nice Cartel, strange, it is the same Jon Postel insiders.

    Looks like ARIN has so much CASH that the IRS is
    starting to ask where all that cash came from and
    what purpose it serves. Time to form the NRO.NET
    and launder some of that cash via that legal
    vehicle.

    Has anyone ever figured out where all the cash
    went that could not be reported from APNIC ?
    David Conrad, now at ICANN, was the CEO of APNIC
    during the Postel regime. Amazing how money and
    details disappear as the Cartel expands.
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