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[rpd] [Community-Discuss] Controversial anti-shutdown policy discussed at RIPE

Tutu Ngcaba pan.afrikhan at
Sat May 13 21:11:35 UTC 2017

Brother David

Ok you meet with ICANN Steve please you tell him i am not understood him
well in the beggining when i watch this video first time. I got the
confused but  got it when you explained to me.

Sorry for my confusion in the begging.

But i thank you for clarification now.

But you know of the ICANN block cctld the goverment can use free email like
yahoo and google like even Hillary Clinton has the private server and some
government will just make phone call or will host domain in other places
because they dont even use this a lot of government.

Seriously am telling you. maybe in UK or Americans.

Best Regards,

Tutu Ngcaba
Kwazulu Techno Hubs
South Africa

On 13 May 2017 11:49 a.m., "David Conrad" <drc at> wrote:


On May 12, 2017, 9:04 PM +0200, Ish Sookun <ish at>, wrote:

On 12/05/17 13:33, Tutu Ngcaba wrote:

Only the Icann chairs is saying will support in that ripe video. But he is
not aware of challenges like why internet is such reason behind like
polical ones which is not technical.

Are you saying the the ICANN chair is wrong?

What Steve Crocker said during the RIPE meeting was not wrong: ICANN is a
multi-stakeholder organization, the ccNSO would probably be the place a
policy about punishing governments by removing ccTLDs from the root would
be initiated, and if someone wants to pursue a policy proposal, regardless
of how unlikely it will be to reach consensus within the community, the
ICANN organization will facilitate: that is the role of the ICANN

However, what Tutu appears to imply, namely that Steve or ICANN supports or
endorses the anti-shutdown proposal, is simply wrong.  Having spoken with
Steve here in Madrid at the ICANN DNS Symposium just a few minutes ago, I
can assure you he is NOT supportive of the proposal.

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