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Re: [names] The Green Paper vs. The White Paper (was: Summary Notes from NAMES)
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- Subject: Re: [names] The Green Paper vs. The White Paper (was: Summary Notes from NAMES)
- From: Jay Fenello <Jay@Iperdome.com>
- Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 15:08:04 -0400
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At 01:53 PM 10/18/99 , Leon Koay wrote:
>Ah, yes...the "success of the American model". Is it always true that what
>works for the 220 million of one nation, should equally work for the 6
>billion of 190 nations? Why is it that soccer is known as football
>everywhere else but in the US (and maybe Canada)?
I have always supported a multi-cultural
approach to Internet Governance. I even
spoke for cultural values when I testified
in front of Congress two years ago:
And while America has some wonderful traditions
that resulted in the success of things like the
Internet, I agree that we have some problems
Senator John McCain recently claimed that
special-interest money is corrupting politics,
and he called the present method of financing
political campaigns ``an elaborate influence-
Nowhere is this more apparent than in the
current give-away of Internet resources. If
Senator McCain's critics need any proof, they
need look no further than here!
While sometimes this fight against corruption
seems hopeless, I have faith that the forces
of reason will coalesce around a great leader
who will lead them out of the darkness.
Perhaps this leader is Senator John McCain!
>At 12:56 PM 10/18/99 -0400, Jay@iperdome.com wrote:
> >Early this semester, the Harvard Law School
> >invited approximately 20 ICANN supporters and
> >critics to participate in its IS99 class.
New Media Relations