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Re: Application - Another ISOC Chapter???
Takahashi-san, and all,
No offense intended here in my response. But it appears from your
organizations web page that your organization is a "Chapter" of the
ISOC. Is this correct? If so, that i would find this application as
somewhat in a potential conflict of interest.
Takahashi Toru wrote:
> Please see our application from Internet Association of Jpan (IAJ).
> APPLICATION AND INFORMATION FORM FOR PARTICIPATION IN NON-
> COMMERCIAL DOMAIN NAME HOLDERS CONSTITUENCY
> A. Basic Information for Organization
> 1. What is the name of your Organization?
> -Internet Association of Japan (IAJ)
> 2. Is the Organization a member of any other constituency in the
> Domain Name Supporting Organization of ICANN?
> 3. What is the major domain name of the Organization?
> 4. Does the Organization have a website and if so, would you provide
> the URL?
> B. Contact information for Representative of Organization
> 1. What is your name and title with the Organization?
> -Toru Takahashi
> -Title: Chairman of IAJ
> 2. How can other representatives reach you? (email, telephone, fax
> -Tel: +81-3-5269-9496
> -Fax.: +81-3-5379-5338
> -E-mail: email@example.com
> 3. How is it that you have come to represent the Organization in
> this Constituency? (Please furnish appropriate indication that the
> Organization has authorized your participation, for example, vote of
> membership, vote of
> directors, action by officer(s) or consensus of members.)
> -Consensus by executive board members.
> 4. Are there other representatives from your Organization who will
> be participating in this Constituency? Is so, who is authorized to vote on
> behalf of the Organization?
> C. Purpose of Organization:
> 1. What are the Organization's primary activities?
> -IAJ is a non-profit organization for developing the Internet in Japan
> relating with ISOC, APIA and others.
> 2. What are the Organization's primary activities on the Internet?
> -The aims of IAJ activities are to develop Internet in Japan, to promote
> Internet usage for encouraging economic recovery from resession.
> And IAJ is concerning all relative issues around the Internet development,
> including international coordination with ISOC, APIA and so on.
> Especially, IAJ has to make some bridges among Internet Community,
> governmental groups, financial groups and societal groups.
> 3. Please furnish a statement of how the Organization's purposes and
> activities conform to the NCDNHC Constituency's goals and membership
> requirements. This should be a narrative statement which specifically
> describes the Organization's purposes and activities and may include
> references to charter or by-law provisions.
> We want to have open and clear policy on top level Domain Names to be
> suitable for the development of the Internet. There should be enough name
> space which would help to fill requirements of new gTLDs.
> D. Type of Organization:
> Please furnish information regarding your Organization's
> legal status -- is it incorporated (if so, in what jurisdiction) or
> unincorporated? If incorporated, doe it have a not-for-profit or
> non-commercial status?
> -Not-for-profit organisation. IAJ is not a legal entity by law as like as
> incorporated, but an unincorporated.
> E. Size of Organization:
> The NCDNHC will have two subgroups: one for Large and the
> other for Small Organizations. Please indicate the category of membership
> or employee size. If the Organization has both members and employees,
> please answer both questions.
> 1. Are you a membership organization? If so, does the
> > Organization have under or over 1000 members? What type of individuals or
> > entities are members of your Organization?
> > IAJ is a membership organisation. We have around 170 corporate members
> > with 3 employees in secretariat.
> > F. Conflict of Interest
> > Note: Conflict of Interest may or may not be a bar to joining the NCDNHC.
> > The hope is that by circulating information about our views, backgrounds,
> > and possible conflicts of interests, others in the NCDNHC will have a
> > better idea how to interpret and weigh the ideas that we put forward.
> > 1. For the Organization:
> > Please furnish a brief statement concerning any possible conflict
> > between the goals of the Constituency and the Organization's purposes,
> > functions or activities.
> > No conflict.
> > Has the Organization been involved in Internet governance before?
> > Does it have any developed positions that you would like others to know
> > about? If so, please describe below or provide a URL.
> > IAJ had signed on gTLD-MoU and supported it. And in every general meeting
> > of IAJ, Internet governance issues were reported to members, sometimes by
> > Prof. Jun Murai, an ICANN board member and vice chair of IAJ.
> > 2. For the Representative:
> > Toru Takahashi: chair of IAJ
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> > G. Is there anything else you would like to add?
> > Nothing
> Toru Takahashi $B9b66!!E0!!(B
> Senior Advisor; Tokyo Internet Corp. & PSINet Asia
> URL http://www..tokyonet.ad.jp/
> Chairman; Internet Association of Japan (IAJ)
> URL http://www.iaj.or.jp/
> Conference Co$B!>(BChair of INET2000 Yokohama
> URL http://www.isoc.org/inet2000
> "INTERNET IS FOR EVERYONE!"
> See you at INET2000, Yokohama, Japan July 18-21, 2000
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