[NA-Discuss] Does ICANN need to evolve its code of conduct?

ebw at abenaki.wabanaki.net ebw at abenaki.wabanaki.net
Mon Aug 22 15:31:43 UTC 2011


Eric (no relation) Engleman, writing for the Washington Post and/or Bloomberg,
has a piece on the post-ICANN affairs of former Chairman Peter Dengate Thrush,
which was published over the weekend.

The URL is: http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/icann-departures-draw-criticism/2011/08/19/gIQAzpeDTJ_story.html?fb_ref=NetworkNews&fb_source=profile_multiline

I remain of the view I held when writing on this subject on 7/29, that there
are other issues which a "code of conduct" could not address, and which go to
the persistent failure, with the exceptions of the creation of a competitive
registrar regime eleven years ago, abandoned this year, and the competitive
redelegation of the .org contract nine years ago, of the corporation to
achieve its competition policy raison d'etre.


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