[ccwg-internet-governance] [ianatransition] Concluding Notes Re: Choice
jefsey at jefsey.com
Fri Aug 22 17:28:04 UTC 2014
At 16:49 21/08/2014, Tamer Rizk wrote:
>Thus, the current trajectory towards Internet governance is
>predictive of a private organization adjudicating direct, exclusive
>reference to common words between entities vying to monopolize a
>category in communication.
This has a name:
- "keywords" when it is sold (South Korea, China, etc.)
- "alias" when it is entered in your hosts file.
This is why the ICANN/NTIA "IN" class root represents no specific
interest once the "I" and the "N" have split.
What is of technical interest is the root system, because it helps in
clearly organizing each class (i.e. each perspective of the obviously
unique and global namespace) in people's mind. The ICANN plethoric
gTLDs sale has killed any negentropic interest in the "IN" class
(which embodied the world digital culture started in 1977). There are
too many TLDs, which causes too much confusion.
Too bad: we will have to build a new cultural paradigm.
Once the Mama Cann deregulation attempt will have been regulated by
the natural competition of the 600 half-time Jon Postel grade Mini
Canns that MYCANN plans to work on (the Libre development,
dissemination and support will start this fall/winter). Please note
that we are not in a hurry: sponsors and helpers will join as people
understand that the double BUG of Being Unilaterally Global and of a
Business Unilateral Governance will actually lead to nowhere. Since
1977, we have known and verified that accountability is the daughter
of competition. What keeps the Internet stable, and partly protected
from the ICANN lavish despotism, is that the NTIA might not renew the
ICANN and Verisign contracts.
The best promoter of our network stability by a competitive diversity
approach is the IGC agenda trying to sell the world trust in the
stand-alone ICANNSA self-accountability label.
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