ICANN Board Approves Censorship Policy for Domain Names Based on Morality: 2 Board Members Speak Aga

Today in Paris the ICANN Board passed the GNSOs controversial recommendations to censor top level domains based on notions of “morality and public order”, and broadly defined “community” wishes. However, 2 ICANN board members, law professors Wendy Seltzer (on behalf of the At-Large Internet Users) and Susan Crawford, made very powerful and compelling statements to protect free expression on the top level of the Internet. Hopefully Professor Crawford is right and this harm can be mitigated through narrowly tailored implementation.

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