ICANN Staff and the commercial constituencies at ICANN have been busy spreading mis-information about civil society participation at ICANN – largely to keep civil society and noncommercial interests marginalized. For example, ICANN is not allowing the noncommercial users to elect their representatives on the GNSO Policy Council and will instead “appoint” representatives, unlike all the other constituencies at ICANN. Here are a few of the top myths spread about civil society at ICANN and the truth about these myths.
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