ICANN New TLD Policy – The Anti-Innovation Act of 2007 (Cavebear)

“Im sitting in ICANNs new TLD policy session – the restraint of trade is enough to gag an a Rockefeller. ICANN continues to espouse an internet that exists only in its own image. An internet in which innovation and enterprise are forced to conform to ICANN standards of goodness. In other words ICANN is attempting to impose onto the internet a set of constraints that would deny to new innovators the creative rights – in Jonathan Zittrains words, the generative rights – that gave rise to the internet in the first place. For example, ICANNs outgoing chairman made it quite clear that he believes that top level domain used for political purposes would be highly suspect. ICANN continues to require that an applicants finances and business plans must undergo ICANN investigation and approval. …

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