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    Re: UK Govt. Issues Consultation Document on ICANN
    by Anonymous on Tuesday May 14 2002, @06:47AM (#6322)
    Aren't these the questions asked in the Green and then White papers? The questions that many people spent almost 2 years discussing in the IFWP? The questions that BWG answered in length?

    And the questions that generated excellent answers in the process, that were simply and completely ignored by ICANN?

    Why not just dredge up the original BWG plan, correct it for hindsight, and post it here on ICANNWAtch?

    Hello?

    ++Peter
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    Don't Knock It
    by lextext on Tuesday May 14 2002, @07:13AM (#6323)
    User #6 Info | http://www.lextext.com
    This is a good idea. Australia has done this already, now the UK. Where's my own government in all this? Is it listening? Does it care? Will it even ask our opinion or just send the GAC representative to voice his/her own opinion?

    -- Bret
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    Re: UK Govt. Issues Consultation Document on ICANN
    by ANNODOMINI2000 (reversethis-{KU.OC.OOHAY} {ta} {D0002DA}) on Friday June 14 2002, @05:48AM (#7172)
    User #3359 Info | http://www.ad2000d.co.uk/
    (i) I was actually the poster of this article

    (ii) I am an UK citizen

    (iii) My late father worked for the DTI at their London, Victoria headquarters here in England

    (iv) I have been corresponding with the oversight committe liaison officer

    The DTI will not be limp or weak in their comments and suggestions.

    If they are ignored, there will be big consequences for both ICANN and the US Government.


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    Re: UK Govt. ICANN Consultation Document Deadline
    by ANNODOMINI2000 (reversethis-{KU.OC.OOHAY} {ta} {D0002DA}) on Tuesday June 18 2002, @12:01AM (#7238)
    User #3359 Info | http://www.ad2000d.co.uk/
    It will still be worthwhile to send comments about ICANN and UDRP bias and unfairness as there may well be a second consultation or the UK Government will be asked/will insist they play a prominent role any new Internet's Administration.
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    Re: UK Govt. Issues Consultation Document on ICANN
    by Anonymous on Tuesday June 18 2002, @03:14AM (#7241)
    You live in the UK, so what? If you want to "defend your domain" then put up a fight and come over here to get it back, instead of making bald accusations about ICANN, the NAF and the UDRP. You can't get jurisdiction in the UK.
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    DTI Compiling and Considering Comments Received
    by Anonymous on Wednesday June 19 2002, @12:31PM (#7286)
    Thank you for all of your comments in response to the UK Government consultation on ICANN.

    We are currently in the process of reviewing all information received, and will post a formal response on the DTI website in due course.

    Regards

    Ian Broadhurst
    International Communication Policy Advisor
    Department of Trade and Industry
    (England, UK)
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