OK. Someone please explain how ICANN's new ccNSO Assistance Group's Compiled Recommendations (produced by secret meetings of
"ccTLD managers, participants of the GAC and other knowledgeable members of the community") can be reconciled with Centr's ITU submission on ccTLDs and the root, About the Administration of the Internet Domain Name System. Centr's ccTLDs want minimal regulation and little change. ICANN wants structures that could change a great deal. And we know that power tends to get used...
Score one point for ITU's charm offensive? (Although it may take a lot of points to overcome this deficit.)
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