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Re: [atlarge-discuss] FYI: Anonymity, identity and authority

Well Stephen,

Seems your concerns are unjustified, so rest easy.... Both icann.org and icannatlarge.org/com are available to internet users inChina, they are not filtered!

See: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/filtering/china/test/

Furthermore, the government of China is no pariah government, it is internationally recognized and everyone. So once again, who are you to speak for the Chinese?

Stephen Waters wrote:

On Fri, 2003-05-02 at 17:55, Sotiris Sotiropoulos wrote:

With all due respect Stephen, but why don't you worry about your own
backyard before you go worrying about someone else's?

I do.

Do you live in China? How do you know what it's like to live in
I don't, but I've been following the news since the Tiananmen Square
massacre. Some information about access in China:



(I tested icannatlarge.org, .com, and fitug.de and it appears they are
accessible behind the Great China Firewall, which is good)


Can't the Chinese speak for themselves? In the final analysis, who
are you to speak for them?
I'm not speaking for the Chinese. I'm interested in ensuring they can
speak at all to our organization, voting included, if it is at all