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"I'm a techie", wenn das mal nicht eine Spur zu naiv ist:
* Auberbach Eschews Tie, Wins ICANN Election: If Karl Auberbach had a
campaign slogan in mind during his successful run for a seat on the
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers' governing board, his
remark at the recent Berkman Center/Internet Democracy Project candidates
forum--"I'm not wearing a tie; I'm a techie"--certainly fit the bill.
Auerbach, a Cisco Systems researcher with decades of technical experience
under his belt (he is among the developers of what is now TCP/IP),
advocates confining ICANN's activities strictly to technical
functions--or, in Auerbach's words, to "handing out lots and lots of slots
in the root zone and [letting] the operators of those slots run them as
***EXTRA: What's at stake in ICANN's decision-making? Join the Berkman
Center for "Pressing Issues II: Understanding and Critiquing ICANN's
Policy Agenda," taking place on November 12 in Marina del Rey, California.
Follow the link from BERKMAN NEWS, below, for details.
 BERKMAN NEWS
* ICANN--Pressing Issues II: The Berkman Center invites you to "Pressing
Issues II: Understanding and Critiquing ICANN's Policy Agenda," a series
of moderated panel discussions on issues facing ICANN at its annual
meeting in Los Angeles. Free and open to the public, the event takes place
Sunday, November 12 and will address UDRP review, At-Large membership and
elections, and new TLDs.
Confirmed panelists include Syracuse University professor Milton Mueller,
ICANN general counsel Louis Touton, Mike Palage of InfoNetworks, UMASS Law
School professor Ethan Katsh, ICANN board member-elect Nii Quaynor, ICANN
senior policy advisor Andrew McLaughlin, Chris Ambler of Image Online
Design and Richard Forman of Register.com. In addition, all newly-elected
ICANN Board members have been invited to participate.
For further details, including how to register to attend (either in person
or online), click on the link below: