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[council] Why are users interested?

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  • Subject: [council] Why are users interested?
  • From: "Philip Sheppard" <philip.sheppard@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2009 10:18:14 +0200
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Adrian, fellow Councillors,
OK a serious reply.
My organisation represents global and local branded fmcg.
For these companies the Internet is a fundamental part of their business model.
An ideal Internet is one that is:
- understandable
- competitive
- free from fraud, counterfeits, and means of reputational damage.
In as much as ICANN policies can directly or indirectly contribute to an
Internet that is:
- confusing,
- uncompetitive,
- crime ridden,
we are interested to be involved.

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