- Governance Debacle
- Beware of Monopolies Proposing to "Open Up" Markets
- The myth of registry sharing
- If I were in CORE...
- CAIP DNS Convention 1997
- NOI Response
- Strategic inflection points
- An open letter to the Internet community
- Send the naughy children to their rooms
- US Government NOI
- Global Sense Musings (on the Internet Paradigm)
An experiment in organization of multinational adult content
in top level domain name space.
- Domain name holders bill of rights.
Other interesting essays
These are articles that aren't direcly related to our effots, but stuck us as significant, succinct and perhaps
On the role of the ITU
Several people have asked for an explanation of the
ITU and legal aspects of what is occurring at the
Plenipot with respect MoUs. It's actually quite an
interesting legal and organizational matter that goes
to a number of ITU fundamentals that have nothing in
particular to do with the gTLD-MoU itself - namely the
role of the ITU and the discretionary authority of
officials and staff. It's also interesting history.
- Work Together or face fragmentation
- Yokohama or Runnymeade ?
At war with the future of the Internet
ICANN ignores it's own bylaws, sweeps opponents aside,claims control of all DNS and prepares for showdown with NSI under guise of ending NSI monopoly.
James Love, Consumer Project on Technology
This is a question about antitrust actions involving private sector
"self governance" organizations.
Legal Expert Issues Devastating Criticism of New Internet Corporation
Tamar Frankel, an expert in corporate governance and Chair of the
International Forum on the White Paper (IFWP), today issued a detailed
and searching assessment of the proposed articles and bylaws of the
Testimony of the DNRC and CPSR
With Regards To The Announcement
A brief analysis of the ICANN II "road to reform"