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    Re: ICANN Movie Part III
    by Anonymous on Monday November 12 2001, @05:56AM (#3656)
    Muahahahahahahahahahahahahaha !
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    Looks like an ad for .WEB
    by Anonymous on Monday November 12 2001, @07:19AM (#3658)
    Looks like an ad for .WEB

    Did .WEB pay for it ?

    Now .WEB will never get recognized.
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    The way to deal with ICANN is
    by Anonymous on Monday November 12 2001, @07:22AM (#3659)
    The way to deal with ICANN is the way the
    U.S. Department of Commerce is dealing with
    them. You send ICANN really nice letters and
    you make ICANN think they are really important
    while behind the scenes doing as one pleases
    with the U.S. Government's legacy root servers.

    ICANN is filled with people so full of themselves,
    they do not even see the DOC's clever handling.
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    Sheesh
    by Anonymous on Monday November 12 2001, @07:25AM (#3660)

    Sheesh, don't point out to ICANN that every time
    they have a meeting, there are problems in
    New York. The ICANN leaders will think they are
    somehow the cause and become even more
    arrogant, and will break more laws.

    Someone needs to hide ICANN in a dark room.
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    • Re: Sheesh by Anonymous Monday November 12 2001, @07:26AM
    Joes Sims must laugh at that as he goes to the ban
    by Anonymous on Monday November 12 2001, @09:27AM (#3665)
    Joes Sims must laugh at that as he goes to the bank

    Joe Sims is getting paid $250,000 a month
    and laughing all the way to the bank
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    Payment of Legal Expenses
    by Anonymous on Monday November 12 2001, @10:36AM (#3669)
    http://www.icann.org/minutes/prelim-report-06jan01.htm

    Payment of Legal Expenses

    Whereas, the Corporation had significant needs for legal services in the months of October and November 2000, including for the implementation of the new TLD program authorized by resolutions 00.46 through 00.51;

    Whereas, Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue provided extensive legal services to meet these needs;

    Whereas, the Corporation received invoices from Jones, Day totalling $465,553.67 in connection with legal services provided to the Corporation during the months of October and November 2000;

    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    ICANN is Getting a Bargain - Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiight
    by Anonymous on Monday November 12 2001, @11:14AM (#3670)
    http://www.icann.org/minutes/minutes-16aug01.htm

    "Given the discounts ICANN receives from Jones Day in recognition of its non-profit character"
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]


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