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My new blog at FreeSpeech.com, and ICANN threatens my participation rights.

Labeled as information in Domain Industry News started by GeorgeK, Apr 5, 2019.

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    Thought of this thread (and the FreeSpeech.com blog) after noticing this #FreeSpeech image on today's NYT article: Julian Assange’s Seven Strange Years in Self-Imposed Isolation

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    (According to NYT article, the image was the scene outside of the Ecuadorian embassy in London last week)
     
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    And post #2, titled "Misuse of ICANN PDP Chair Position to Relitigate Working Group Decisions"

    https://freespeech.com/2019/08/05/m...sition-to-relitigate-working-group-decisions/

    I hope this demonstrates to all why Phil Corwin of Verisign should be removed as co-chair of the working group. Given the high stakes involved in the URS, now that it's going to be applied to the .org registry, much more public comment and attention is needed on all proposals, to ensure proper due process for registrants.

    [I'll create a new thread in the news part of this site for this particular blog article]
     
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