[AfrICANN-discuss] WCIT.In Conclusion
ymshana2003 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 15 13:54:43 SAST 2012
How are the ICANN processes included or considered in the Abuja Protocol?
Was ICANN as a global policy body represented at the Abuja Summit?
Africa is not an island therefore whatever is decided which involves global operations should consider a wider representation and in that case ICANN as A global Co-orperation not by individuals who serve in ICANN constituents. Thats why maybe the CEO was invited to Dubai not as an individual who works for ICANN.....
I presume that my thinking is clear now - no blind folding anyone.
From Yassin . Sent from samsung mobile. On O2.
Dr Eberhard W Lisse <el at lisse.na> wrote:
The AU/AUC claims to perate under a mandate given to it by a Council of
Ministers in Abhuja (2010?). I have no doubt that this is true and if so
makes this absolutely clearly the "relevant
governments and public authorities" given that individual
government have warned early against the DCA bid and more
than 60% of individual government have endorsed the Uniforum
On 2012-12-15 03:11 , McTim wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 14, 2012 at 7:16 PM, Y Mshana2003
> <ymshana2003 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Well done to Fadi et al for this.
>> One important task is to ensure that ICANN processes are
>> not influenced by politics be regional or national at any
>> The most immediate challenge is that, in Africa Region,
>> there seem to exist a very thin line or porous barrier
>> between Business and Politics when it comes to the
>> Internet. This is based on the scramble for .africa
>> gTLD. The question is still, "why was the AUC brought in
>> while GAC is the link between Govts and ICANN?".
> As I think I have made clear before, it's "because the
> guidebook said so":
> "An applied-for gTLD string that falls into any of 1
> through 4 listed above is considered to represent a
> geographic name. In the event of any doubt, it is in the
> applicant’s interest to consult with relevant
> governments and public authorities and enlist their
> support or non-objection prior to submission of the
> application, in order to preclude possible objections and
> pre-address any ambiguities concerning the string and
> applicable requirements."
> Clearly the AU/AUC are "public authorities", no?
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