Tag Archives: Society

ICANN Staff Up To Same Old “Divide & Conquer” of Civil Society Strategy

I had a conversation recently with a person who had been actively engaged at ICANN in its early days but became disillusioned and disengaged after a few years because his participation lead him to the conclusion that ICANN staff manage … Continue reading

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Ellen Storch Presenter at Nonprofit Organizations Committee of the New York State Society of CPAs

KDV partner and Co-Chair of KDV’s Women’s Initiative, Ellen Storch, will be presenting at the Nonprofit Organizations Committee of the New York State Society of CPAs. She will be giving an hour long speech on sexual harassment in the workplace. The session will … Continue reading

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What do you do when the Children’s Aid Society knocks on your door?

This may be the most terrifying prospect as a parent – the Children’s Aid Society (“Society”) shows up at your door unannounced to investigate whether your children are safe in your care. As emotional and unnerving as this may be, … Continue reading

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Will ICANN Listen to Civil Society and Respect Noncommercial Users?

Public comments on stakeholder group charters are in – again. Comments submitted to ICANN were overwhelmingly in favor of reinstating the consensus charter submitted by noncommercial users. The Internet Governance Project asks “Is ICANN Listening?” to civil society yet. Read … Continue reading

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The Attorney ~ The Latest Super Hero in a Society Gone Mad

The Attorney ~ The Latest Super Hero in a Society Gone Mad Are you looking for a career or want to take legal action? An attorney may be the the answer for you, (also known as a lawyer). Whatever the … Continue reading

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