[ALAC] Content regulation

gbruen at knujon.com gbruen at knujon.com
Thu Apr 14 21:04:55 UTC 2016


These blogs are a distraction. There are at-least three explaining in 
painful detail why ICANN cannot regulate content. Yet looking at 
compliance's own statistics on the complaints they receive, their 
workload is clearly consumed with contractual items. One would think 
that crowds are banning on ICANN's doors to get content pulled down.

As if on cue, whenever the compliance director is asked very specific 
questions about staffing, process, etc. he begins discussing "content" 
when no one has brought it up. This is leaning towards a tactic of 
casting any difficult issue ICANN does not want to handle as a "content" 
issue. It is tiresome.


On 4/14/16 2:36 PM, Rinalia Abdul Rahim wrote:
> Blog written by Allen Grogan - could be of interest to the ALAC 
> on registrant issues.
> See 
> https://www.icann.org/news/blog/icann-is-not-the-internet-content-police
> Best regards,
> Rinalia
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Garth Bruen
gbruen at knujon.com

Fisher College, Criminal Justice Division
ICANN At-Large Advisory Council
Author: WHOIS Running the Internet

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