ICANN Board action on Reconsideration
Date: Saturday January 26 2002, @04:58AM
Topic: Board of Directors

ehasbrouck writes "I was notified by e-mail (see below) that the full Board had upheld the Reconsideration Commitee's recommendation that no action be taken on my reconsideration request re: ".aero". In addition, the ICANN web site shows that the Board voted on Reconsideration Requests 01-4 and 01-6. No mechanism was provided for poublic monitoring of the telephone "meeting". [Minutes are now posted -mf]

FWIW, the clause of the bylaws requiring that ICANN "operate to the maximum extent feasible in an open and transparent manner" would appear to require that telephone meetings be made accessible (e.g. by Internet audio streaming or call-in telephone monitoring) if that is feasible. So these actions, like others at closed telephone "meetings", are arguably invalid."

------- Forwarded message follows -------
Date sent: Thu, 24 Jan 2002 09:19:19 -0800
From: Louis Touton
To: edward@hasbrouck.org
Subject: Board action on Reconsideration Committee Recommendation 01-7

Dear Mr. Hasbrouck,

On 21 January 2002, the ICANN Board adopted the following resolution concerning your request fro reconsideration:

Resolved [02.07] that the Reconsideration Committee's Recommendation RC 01-7 is adopted for the reasons stated in that recommendation.


Best regards,

Louis Touton

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Re: ICANN Board action on Reconsideration
by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Saturday January 26 2002, @09:18AM (#4742)
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They're not arguably invalid, they are by definition invalid. -g
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