[AfrICANN-discuss] From Wikileaks of 2012 to Snowden's NSA Leaks
of 2013: Implications for Global Internet Governance
nigel at channelisles.net
Fri Jan 3 10:17:01 SAST 2014
There IS content, it seems to me.
It's in the postscript, describing Ms Bekele-Ma's former role within ICANN.
Where it appears to say that Council Members (in this case of the GNSO) are policy advisors to ICANN ....
I don't believe that's how ICANN's multistakeholder model works.
Council and its Members are there to facilitate the SOs policy making process surely? Rather it is the lowest level of the tree -- I.e. the stakeholders -- which make/advise on policy, from the bottom, up.
Was this an accidental manifestation of Dunning-Kruger, I wonder?
Or perhaps it is I that have the wrong end of the stick about the role of Council Members? I think we should be told.
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On 3 Jan 2014, at 07:45, Dr Eberhard W Lisse <el at lisse.na> wrote:
> Do you really have to post links to logorrhea without content here?
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