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[Comment-Dnso] RE: ISP Constituency DNSO
I can't commit to anything for the board, other than to follow our own rules
about openness and representation. But we do take these seriously.
At 01:18 PM 10/05/99 +1200, Joop Teernstra wrote:
>At 16:58 9/05/1999 -0400, Esther Dyson wrote:
>>We understand your concerns. But as you say below, we are looking for
>>"sectorial self-regulation and organization." If it is lacking, we will take
>>what steps are necessary to ensure that each constituency is appropriately
>>open - or that there is am "opposite" constituency to balance it.
>This is a fine principle. I am encouraged to interpret this positively for
>the Individual Domain Name owners' constituency as well.
>If organisations of questionable representativity and Big business would
>look like dominating the DNSO, can we count on it that the interim Board
>will not deny the Individuals a place?
>Not "later", but at the time when foundations are laid?
>--Joop Teernstra LL.M.--
>the Cyberspace Association,
>the constituency for Individual Domain Name Owners
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