[governance] The decentralization of the DNS system

Suresh Ramasubramanian suresh at hserus.net
Tue Jun 23 07:02:03 EDT 2015

What you call a fairyland is the reality that you happen to be using to even be able to send this email.

That chinese proposal is not a technical one - it is a smokescreen for a political move.  Any civil society that actually winds up supporting it finds itself endorsing a multilateral model where civil society, industry or other non government stakeholders are shut off from decision making.

If that is your intent, then please do say so in slightly clearer terms than you have so far.


> On 23-Jun-2015, at 4:21 pm, Jean-Christophe NOTHIAS I The Global Journal <jc.nothias at theglobaljournal.net> wrote:
> Still technically speaking, the Chinese proposal is worth to explore, not to mention the fact that at some point the choice won't be ours to accept or refuse whether China and a few countries suddenly decide to handle their own ccTLD, root and inter-root outside the US multi-stakeholder fairyland.

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