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    Highlights of the ICANNWatch Archive
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    Re: Nothing To Hide
    by Anonymous on Sunday August 04 2002, @05:11PM (#8368)
    I know companies that have created employee policies that are more consistent than ICANN's for a cost of about $160 and the investment of a day of time using software such as "Policies Now" from Knowledge Point.

    I wonder how much ICANN paid JDRP for this?
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    Re: Nothing To Hide
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Sunday August 04 2002, @09:12PM (#8372)
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    Will wonders never cease. Perhaps next they'll post the Minutes of their meetings going back over a year and a half as is required by their Bylaws. What's that you say? According to the Bylaws they have to post the minutes within 24 hours of them being ratified, therefore they can't have been ratified yet, and therefore not posted? OK, nevermind. I look forward to Shanghai when they ratify a six foot stack of documents purporting to be an accurate record of events that occurred at meetings some of them never attended. I prefer to be optimistic. Such non-documentation will no doubt speed up Karl's search of the thin gruel available. -g
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    Re: Nothing To Hide
    by joannalane on Sunday August 04 2002, @11:14PM (#8374)
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    One would imagine that talking to the general public fell into the category of work needing to be accomplished by Employees of a Public Interest Organization.... just wondering how upgrades to business class can be justified for all those flights of less than 5 hours.......page 4.
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    Re: Nothing To Hide
    by Anonymous on Monday August 05 2002, @07:51AM (#8381)
    Micheal Micheal,
    The documents apeared suspiciously devoid of any details most notably the amounts and recieving parties of payable accounts. Most notably ICANN did not declare who recieved payment for "legal fees" and whether these payments were made to Loius Tutton's or Joe Sims' respective law firms.

    - Anion
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    Re: Nothing To Hide
    by Anonymous on Wednesday August 07 2002, @09:11PM (#8422)
    The non-compete clause about restriction on preparing to be employed by another company might be in violation of California labor laws.
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    Re: Nothing To Hide
    by Anonymous on Wednesday August 07 2002, @09:16PM (#8423)
    >In the coming week, ICANN will provide Mr.
    >Auerbach with various materials involving
    >confidentiality considerations. The parties
    >will work to appropriately address those

    These are the documents that are of importance that may contain information of ICANN misdeeds.
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