I don't particularly agree with Karl's DNS philsosphy and I don't
particularly agree with the ICANN concept. My own beliefs are off in a
different direction from either.
But anyone can read the court's decision. And any reasonable person will
then wonder why ICANN chose to waste its money and goodwill fighting the
lawful access demands of a Director but instead chose to insist on
imposing illegal and improper procedures and seemingly trying to confirm
all of the worst things said about how ICANN is opaque and un-trustable.
And since the written record in the court's decision is so clear, they
will also wonder why both of your are squandering your reputation trying
to deny that the court found ICANN's actions to be so clearly illegal
and improper that it could summarily rule against ICANN based solely on
the law and undisputed facts without any need for a trial.
Donald E. Eastlake 3rd
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