[atrt2] Special Commission Calls for Internet Commissioner in Germany - SPIEGEL ONLINE
steve at shinkuro.com
Tue Apr 23 23:41:08 UTC 2013
It might be interesting to inquire what they looked at and how they arrived at their conclusion.
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On Apr 23, 2013, at 2:22 PM, "Carlos Raúl Gutierrez" <carlosraulg at gmail.com> wrote:
> I guess there is a big difference between lack of transparency and lack of understanding how ICANN works. But if the German parliament, after a two year inquiry comes to this conclusions, there is a long road ahead of us.
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> El 23/04/2013, a las 10:21, Steve Crocker <steve at shinkuro.com> escribió:
>> I think it would help if the description of ICANN and its processes made it clear(er) that the address space is controlled by the RIRs and that ICANN serves the RIRs in accordance with their policies.
>> That might or might not be sufficient to address the concerns expressed in Germany. If not, they and others will continue to seek structural changes to accomplish either the same thing or to uproot the RIR system entirely.
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>> On Apr 23, 2013, at 12:43 AM, David Conrad <drc at virtualized.org> wrote:
>>> On Apr 22, 2013, at 4:46 PM, Carlos Raúl Gutierrez <carlosraulg at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> One of its recommendations on page 22 says (more or less):
>>>> Currently, the structures of the Internet in the allocation of IP address blocks are under control of highly centralized organizations ICANN and IANA,
>>> An unfortunate mis-interpretation of the actual reality of IP address management in a number of ways. This will undoubtedly provide ammunition to the folks arguing for ITU management of IP addresses.
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