We Need a Magna Carta for the Internet | Tim Berners-Lee: "....For me, that means that when a decision is taken about a possible new top-level domain, ICANN's job is to work out, in a transparent and accountable manner, whether it is really in the best interest of the world as a whole, not just of those launching the new domain. It also means that ICANN's use of the funds should be spent in a beneficent way...."
What a novel idea: whether a new gTLD is really in the best interest of the world as a whole. Too bad ICANN was in such a rush to satisfy the greed and gluttony of the new gTLD hucksters, that it completely forgot about the public interest!
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