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Sat Jan 2 11:06:32 UTC 2016
On 02 Jan 2016, at 08:47, "Mueller, Milton L" <milton at gatech.edu> wrote:
> The Internet and particularly the DNS is a global infrastructure. In this context, there is a global Internet-using public and DNS governance should reflect and respond to this globalized community, not a collection of national communities with their own distinct and possibly incompatible notion of what is in the public interest. If we wanted to have DNS governance reflect national conceptions of public interest we would have never set up ICANN, we would have worked through intergovernmental organisations.
Milton, you take your globalisation argument too far.
I can think of several aspects of the public interest, normally implemented through Applicable Laws, which ICANN and its contracted parties should respect.
PS: We foresaw that when ICANN was being set up.
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