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[Membership] comment to be read at the MAC meeting
A point I would like the MAC to address during the open meeting on March 2:
I would posit that the interests of any organization are really nothing
more than the sum of the interests of the individual people involved in the
organization: members, shareholders, employees, business clients, and so
on. If this is true, what argument can be made to support the notion that
organizations should have direct representation and/or voting rights within
the ICANN at-large membership? Should it not simply fall to the
individuals with interests in the organization to represent those views?
I would appreciate hearing the views of the committee members on this
matter, whether they agree with my initial postulate or not. Comments from
the mailing list are also invited.
Paul Stauffer, MCSE
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