Comment 2TP7 Re: ICANT


Can ICANN agree to oversight of its decisions?


ICANT (Score: 0)

by Anonymous Coward on 2014-10-24 10:50 (#2TNT)

Perhaps a name change is on the cards. The current system is preferable to some of the alternatives. Can you imagine a DNS administrated by China or the middle east?

Re: ICANT (Score: 1)

by on 2014-10-24 10:56 (#2TNX)

Any self-respecting bureaucracy, if left unchecked, spends its time recommending added bureaucracy, patting itself on the back, and giving itself increases in salary. It's almost laughingly predictable. Let it go on for too long and you get the United Nations. The solution is oversight and reductions in budget. Bring down the hammer of thor, now!

Re: ICANT (Score: 1)

by on 2014-10-24 19:45 (#2TP7)

I wonder if browser vendors could form their own hammer against ICANN.

If Mozilla, Apple, Microsoft, Google (and why not Opera too) teamed up and decided to have their browsers fail to resolve .stupidnonsense domains, maybe ICANN would cut the crap already.

An extreme and ugly measure, but I'd probably take that over the runaway ICANN gravy-train we have now.

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