Top 10 Myths About Civil Society Participation in ICANN
Date: Friday August 21 2009, @06:04PM
Topic: ICANN Staff and Structure

The ICANN Board, led it appears by (at best) very poor staff work (and at worst by disingenuous staff work) decided to shaft the non-commercial constituencies. This tramples the public voice in ICANN and cements its capture.

In response, the Noncommercial Users Constituency produced Top Ten Myths about Civil Society Participation in ICANN.

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