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    Re: eResolution out of UDRP business
    by Anonymous on Friday November 30 2001, @05:25PM (#3896)

    It is too bad that your mis-guided thinking about
    supporting something, just to provide variety, has
    helped to wrong so many people.

    Select any organization in other arenas that you
    do not think are right, do you go form MORE of
    them, to provide variety, and to dillute the wrong ?

    Using your logic, you would form several Talibans
    to make sure that one group does not get to
    abuse the people all by itself.
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    Re: eResolution out of UDRP business
    by Anonymous on Monday December 03 2001, @05:24AM (#3923)
    (Board Resolution 99.83, paragraphs 3-5.)

    2.4. Under the direction of ICANN's President and Chief Executive Officer and with the advice of a small drafting committee, ICANN staff and counsel prepared two documents to implement the policy as adopted by the Board: (1) a written statement of the policy for use by registrars and (2) procedural rules under which administrative proceedings would be conducted in cases involving abusive registrations. The drafting committee included J. Scott Evans (of the Adams Law Firm P.A., a member of the International Trademark Association's Internet Committee and chair of its DNS subcommittee), A. Michael Froomkin (of the University of Miami School of Law, a former member of the WIPO Panel of Experts), Kathryn A. Kleiman (of the Association for Computing Machinery's Internet Governance Committee, a member of the DNSO Non-Commercial Domain Name Holders' Constituency, and co-founder of the Domain Name Rights Coalition), Steven J. Metalitz (General Counsel of the International Intellectual Property Alliance, a member of the DNSO Trademark, Intellectual Property, Anti-counterfeiting Interests Constituency), and Rita A. Rodin (of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, retained by America Online, a member of the DNSO Registrars Constituency). These individuals were selected because of their legal drafting abilities and because they collectively represent a diversity of viewpoints.

    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    And now there's four providers again...
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Monday December 03 2001, @04:15PM (#3924)
    User #2810 Info
    Icann announces a new Dispute Resolution Provider in the Asia Pacific Region. -g
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]

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