[ianatransition] Jurisdiction: an example of where immunity might be needed
graham_schreiber at landcruise.com
Thu Jul 31 13:05:50 UTC 2014
Hi All: Including Jones Day, Walter Kelley Jr, Penny & Suzanne:
Jones Day: What would the circumstance be, if the British Government approached ICANN, wanting to assume control of the ~ none physical entity, which are / is, the two letter characters of UK preceded by the dot which is domiciled inside a computer located geographically in California?
As Jones Day is well aware, Nominet is a private UK company, with no relationship to the UK Government, beyond being a registered Not for profit Corporation?
Nominet assumed the .UK "cash cow" TLD as a patronage appointment, by "exchange of letters" as an evolved relationship started between ?? in the UK and ?? in California, on the ARPA
If ICANN & IANA want to be ATRT then this question needs a detailed and accurate reply.
Cheers, Graham Schreiber.
On 2014-07-31, at 8:11 AM, John Curran wrote:
> On Jul 31, 2014, at 1:55 AM, Richard Hill <rhill at hill-a.ch> wrote:
>> Here is an example of where immunity of jurisdiction might come in handy:
>> We don't yet know how this case will end up, nor whether Congress might
>> modify the law so that a future case would end in the requested transfer.
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