at no time has ICANN ever clained that directors did not have full access;
the question was how to assure that proprietary/confidential information was
to the public and how a disagreement about what was confidential would be
it was released.
At 11:22 AM 8/2/2002 -0500, James_Renkel(_at_)3com(_dot_)com wrote:
IMHO, vendor submitted proprietary information deserves protection
against disclosure to the public, but not to directors of the organi-
zation, whereas personnel information, except in very narrow, limited
cases deserves protection against disclosure even to a director.
As I see it, they ain't the same thing, ergo, different rules apply.
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