mpawlo writes "I just finished a chatty article on ICANN and its possible future. After four years of ICANNism it is hard to grasp that very little has changed."
As I put it in the column:
"I find it more suitable to make as many nations as possible, offline or online, participate in ICANN or an organisation replacing ICANN. It can be achieved through the United Nations or a similar body. We have to bear with the risk of red-tape methods, even more bureaucracy would have users better off than with today’s system."
Read the entire column at Greplaw.
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