[At-Large] Protest at tomorrow's ICANN meeting
neil at cauce.org
Thu Mar 17 19:19:24 UTC 2011
On 2011-03-17, at 2:02 AM, Karl Auerbach wrote:
> The reason that ICANN has become more bloated than Jabba the Hutt is
> that ICANN rarely says "that is not our job".
With one major exception, of course. Security. And fraudulent spammers and mobilephone slammers getting to be registrars.
Take a look at that document, and poke around for Dynamic Dolphin, owned by infamous net-abuse Scott Richter, his father Steve, and apparently, a former directi employee, who signed off on it while she was there, Manisha Mani.
In which case, they adopt the more unionized view of 'it's not my job'.
"Response to Documentary Information Disclosure Policy Request
To: Mr. Brian Krebs
Date: 22 December 2008
Re: Request No. 20081121-1
Thank you for your Request for Information dated 21 November 2008, which we
understand was submitted pursuant to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and
Numbers’ (ICANN) Documentary Information Disclosure Policy (DIDP). For reference,
attached to this letter is a copy of your request.
There is no information responsive to your request as there is no listing of officers on the
Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA).
We can inform you, however, that Manisha Mani signed the RAA with Dynamic
Dolphin, Inc. as the CEO, and was the only officer listed on the registrar accreditation
We hope this information is helpful. If you have any further inquiries, please forward
them to didp at icann.org."
The Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email, North America Inc.
Tel.: +1 (303) 800 6345
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