In April, I published an article on CircleID, The Multistakeholder Moment of Truth: Will Stakeholders Hold ICANN Accountable?, pointing out that ICANN is violating its legal agreements with the U.S. Government — namely the InterNIC licensing agreement
It’s time for a reset before it’s too late.
The Feds and California’s Attorney General need to take a look at the redacted list of recipients in o.com auction.
On May 26, 2021, I submitted a complaint to ICANN’s Complaints Officer, Krista Papac. In a nutshell, my complaint centers on ICANN’s blatant violation …
Last month saw a much-anticipated decision handed down in the Independent Review Panel (IRP) proceeding examining the controversial 2016 auction for th…
In September 2015, John Levine asked why ICANN should be considered a tax-exempt organization following the completion of the U.S. government’s transit…
Recently, I have been reporting on a highly questionable auction scheme for a single domain name, o.com, which is currently being improperly warehoused…
Yesterday, The Epoch Times reported on leaked internal Chinese government documents revealing that premier Xi Jinping has “personally directed the comm…
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