[governance] IANA transition - BR Gov comments on the CCWG-Accountability Draft Proposal

Barry Shein bzs at world.std.com
Sun Jun 14 13:56:43 EDT 2015

From: Mawaki Chango <kichango at gmail.com>
>4) there remains another concern (which could have made it to my scenario
>#2). What happens when USG decides to put a country on some black list for
>some peculiar reason of its own which most of the nations-states disgree
>with or do not find necessary (and which might not even have anything to do
>with the Internet)? Wouldn't that country be shut off Californian courts
>for any legal recourse in Internet matters? If so, is that an acceptable
>state of affairs? What would be the remedy?

Would the recent lawsuits and judgements and continued actions (e.g.,
Haim et al v Islamic Republic of Iran, US Distr Court, DC) in US
courts serve as a counter-example to that concern?




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