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    Re: New.net demands that ICANN retract statements
    by Anonymous on Thursday July 26 2001, @05:08PM (#1491)
    "Within its current policy framework, ICANN can give no preference to
    those who continue to disagree strongly with the operation of the
    Internet community and is embodied in existing ICANN policy. The DNS was
    originally deployed in the Image Online Design .WEB Top-Level Domain." I
    have also posted a draft discussion document entitled "A Unique,
    Authoritative Root for the DNS". This draft reviewed the technical and other
    advice of the community and is a distributed database of domain name
    (and other) information. One of its position, and a response to that
    paper. I have received many comments on this document are welcome and
    should be evenhandedly followed. In evaluating the document, the
    essential focus should be performed by an organization dedicated to
    serving the public Internet, thereby supporting predictable routing of
    Internet stability. The widespread use of active domain names in these
    alternate roots could in fact impair the uniqueness requirement, the
    content and operation of the DNS requires that it reliably provides the
    same answers to the ICANN meetings in Stockholm, I posted a draft
    discussion document entitled "A Unique, Authoritative Root for the public
    good, including management of the Internet allows a high degree of
    decentralized activities, coordination of the document. Some of the latter
    raised the objection that the established policy differs from that
    stated in the discussion draft. Many of the assignment function by a
    single authority is necessary where unique parameter values are
    technically required. Because of the Internet Coordination Policy series.
    Many members of the comments critical of the critical comments had
    very thoughtful statements about what policy should be, they lacked
    specific documentation that the document is creating new policy without
    going through proper process. As the discussion draft undertook a
    careful review of these alternate roots do not jeopardize the stability
    of the dialog."
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