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    Highlights of the ICANNWatch Archive
    (June 1999 - March 2001)


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    ENUM: Bad For Privacy, or Very Bad For Privacy?
    On February 24th, 2003 with 2 comments
    There's a lot happening with ENUM fairly quickly, and it's hard to keep track...
    Section: Main > Privacy

    No Consensus for Whois-Without-Privacy
    On February 17th, 2003 with 1 comments
    Ruchika Agrawal, a non-commercial constituency representative on the WHOIS Task...
    Section: Main > Privacy

    WHOIS Report Punts on Privacy
    On February 6th, 2003 with 13 comments
    Something odd is happening with respect to the Whois Task Force: user interest...
    Section: Main > Privacy

    Nominet Suspends Whois to Block Data Miner
    On January 26th, 2003 with 1 comments
    The Register reports that Nominet blocked whois service for almost nine hours...
    Section: Main > Privacy

    .us Adopts Resolution on Whois
    On January 21st, 2003 with 3 comments
    The .us policy council sent out a note today to members of the .us Policy Forum...
    Section: Main > Privacy

    Whowas Service -- More Evidence that Whois IS a Privacy Issue
    On January 14th, 2003 with 3 comments
    The Trademark Blog carries an upbeat report about what it cheerfully dubs a...
    Section: Main > Privacy

    Personal Privacy and Anonymous Speech at Risk in WHOIS proposals
    On January 9th, 2003 with 3 comments
    Kathryn Kleiman writes "In one of those mysterious deadlines of ICANN, the DNSO...
    Section: Main > Privacy

    Tucows tables a pro-privacy proposal
    On April 11th, 2001 with 1 comments
    In a 4 April message to miscellaneous ICANN hierophants -- the board, some...
    Section: Main > Privacy

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