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Re: [IFWP] Today's ICANN's Berlin Meeting (Wedesday)
Reading, even answering remote messages is not enough. There must be
a mechanism for online voting, and all representatives, whether of
constituencies, the SOs, or the board itself, must be elected by a
fully democratic process that includes all interested stakeholders,
whether present at the meetings or not. That is the only way to
prevent capture. It is still not too late to put such democratic
remote voting mechanisms into place. But it soon will be, and then
this whole process of creating the NewCo without direct universal
stakeholder suffrage will have been reduced to a grand capture by
Esther Dyson a écrit:
> This is not true. I did indeed mention the opposition to moving fast on
> WIPO, several times, and read several comments, esp. Froomkin's, which was
> one of the primary substantive ones, and noted the disparity in support for
> individual members from outside the room.
> But yes, I (taking responsibility)/we (it's a team effort) will do it
> better next time. See next message (later).
> At 03:45 PM 28/05/99 -0400, Richard J. Sexton wrote:
> >I tired my best. You'll note that about 4:12 pm on wednesday I asked her
> >to read them and she wouldnt. I don't think "having the scribes
> >prepare summaries of the remote comments" counts as "remote participation".
> >At 09:58 PM 5/27/99 -0400, you wrote:
> >>Diane C wrote:
> >>>I forgot to mention that the comments that come in from people listening
> >>>to the
> >>>webcasts are also read to the assembly.
> >>Only on the first day. On the second day, Esther promised several times
> >>that she would "get to" the written comments from the webcast, but she
> >>never really did. There was a passing few notices of the support for the
> >>Individual constituency, but VERY little mention of the serious opposition
> >>to the WIPO proposal provided by the webcast viewers.
> >firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
> >Remember, amateurs built the Ark. Professionals built the Titanic.
> Esther Dyson Always make new mistakes!
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