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  • Karl Auerbach web site
  • Müller-Maguhn home
  • UDRPinfo.com;
  • UDRPlaw.net;
  • CircleID;
  • LatinoamerICANN Project
  • ICB Tollfree News

  •   At Large Membership and Civil Society Participation in ICANN  
  • icannatlarge.com;
  • Noncommercial Users Constituency of ICANN
  • NAIS Project
  • ICANN At Large Study Committee Final Report
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  • ICANN Membership Election site

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    - Governing Cyberspace, or Where is James Madison When We Need Him?
    - The 'Unsettled Paradox': The Internet, the State, and the Consent of the Governed

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    Highlights of the ICANNWatch Archive
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    Cerf: Hollywood 'really interested in' P2P
    On April 20th, 2005 with 16 comments
    Michael Geist’s ever-excellent BNA’s Internet Law News (ILN)...
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    ICANN bosses slam VoIP regulation
    On April 16th, 2005 with 19 comments
    Anonymous writes "Legislators must not make the mistake of subjecting Voice...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    ICANN-Europe List Closes
    On August 13th, 2004 with 1 comments
    Thomas Roessler has closed the ICANN-Europe mailing list. Once a low-traffic,...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    Free Access, Free Archive Search: ICB Toll Free News
    On May 28th, 2003 with 0 comments
    Judith Oppenheimer writes "As many of you know, ICB Toll Free News also follows...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    Bias at the Cisco Internet Protocol Journal
    On February 11th, 2003 with 7 comments
    Suppose you were the editor of a journal that happened to have the chairman of...
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    The IETF-IANA Role
    On November 21st, 2002 with 0 comments
    Here's a proposed Internet draft of note in which the IETF establishment...
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    White Paper on domain names management
    On November 14th, 2002 with 6 comments
    Anonymous writes "I have recently published a short "White Paper on Domain...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    Better than .kids! new domain supports safe browsing
    On May 20th, 2002 with 6 comments
    Anonymous writes " In a followup to the "dot kids" legislation (H.R. 3833) to...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    Time for the DNSO's own song
    On May 8th, 2002 with 0 comments
    Anonymous writes "DNSO (to the tune of YMCA by the Village People). [Editor's...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    'Oh, Happy We' - A New ICANN Song
    On April 15th, 2002 with 8 comments
    Once again, into the ICANNWatch mailbox plops a gently mordant ICANN Song by...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    New York Times Catches Up on ICANN
    On April 1st, 2002 with 2 comments
    The New York Times has a story by Susan Stellin on ICANN today entitled "Plan...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    On the lighter side...
    On March 21st, 2002 with 3 comments
    fnord writes "To counterbalance all the bad news ICANNWatch has had to cover...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    We're the Dot in .Stupid
    On February 16th, 2002 with 7 comments
    jberryhill writes "Sometimes one has to be careful to identify satire, or one...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    example.com is live. http://www.example.com/
    On February 4th, 2002 with 14 comments
    Anonymous writes "I put this under Unclassifiable (rare) because it doesn't fit...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    ICANN Blog Facelift
    On February 3rd, 2002 with 0 comments
    Bret Fausett's wonderful ICANN Blog has just had a face lift. If you haven't...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    The ICANN Monopoly Song
    On January 30th, 2002 with 0 comments
    Sometimes things just appear in the ICANNWatch mailbox. So it was last...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    ICANN and IANA vanish -- no one cares
    On November 18th, 2001 with 12 comments
    Curiously, within days of devoting its meeting to the "Security and Stability...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    ALLDNS, LLC. When you buy cheap you buy twice! - Be Warned!
    On October 30th, 2001 with 21 comments
    Julian writes "I registered domains for the family, I didn't want to spend a...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    The ICANN Song
    On September 28th, 2001 with 9 comments
    Sometimes things just appear in the ICANNWatch "in" box. So it was with the...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    Funny But True...and True But Not Funny
    On September 5th, 2001 with 0 comments
    Two very contrasting items for you. One that is funny and true: Abbot and...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    ICANN and consensus
    On August 26th, 2001 with 2 comments
    ChuckGomes writes "The ICANN board ultimately has to evaluate whether community...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    "Updating" whois
    On June 11th, 2001 with 6 comments
    A multiple-choice survey just popped up on the ICANN website, to "assess...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    Forged 'ICANN' Warning E-mail Sent to Registrar(s)
    On May 10th, 2001 with 3 comments
    A registrar has sent ICANNWatch a copy of an apparently genuine message from...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    Name Speculator Loses Fortune
    On April 10th, 2001 with 0 comments
    David Hilzenrath of the Washington Post reports on the crash of MicroStrategy...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    If ICANN Regulated Cars...
    On March 31st, 2001 with 0 comments
    Harold Feld offers us a metaphor that may raise knowing grins in some quarters,...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

    ICANN Grants Contract to Pave Internet
    On March 7th, 2001 with 1 comments
    "ICANN, the Internet's governing body, announced today that...
    Section: Main > Unclassifiable (rare)

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