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AFRIK-IT  December 1998

AFRIK-IT December 1998

Subject:

ICANN Membership Advisory Committee Appointed (fwd)

From:

"Steven G. Huter" <[log in to unmask]>

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African Network of IT Experts and Professionals (ANITEP) List

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Thu, 17 Dec 1998 13:43:32 -0800

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Steve H.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, 17 Dec 1998 09:16:18 -0800 (PST)
From: Internet Assigned Numbers Authority <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: ICANN Membership Advisory Committee Appointed


ICANN Membership Advisory Committee Appointed

LOS ANGELES, December 17, 1998 -- The Internet Corporation for Assigned
Names and Numbers is pleased to announce that the following individuals
have been appointed to the ICANN Membership Advisory Committee:

-Izumi Aizu (Asia Network Research; Asia & Pacific Internet Association;
Malaysia/Japan)
-Diane Cabell (Fausett, Gaeta & Lund, LLP; United States)
-George Conrades, chairman (ICANN; United States)
-Greg Crew (ICANN; Australia)
-Paval Duggal (Cyberlaw Consultant; India)
-Kanchana Kanchanasut (Asian Institute of Technology; Thailand)
-Daniel Kaplan (Consultant; Internet Society France; France)
-Siegfried Langenbach (CSL GmbH; Germany)
-Nii Quaynor (Network Computer Systems; Ghana)
-Oscar Robles Garay (Latin American & Caribbean Networks Forum/ENRED;
Mexico)
-Dan Steinberg (Open Root Server Confederation; Canada)
-Tadeo Takahashi (Internet Society Brazil; Brazil)
-Jonathan Zittrain, non-voting liaison to Berkman Center membership
study (Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School;
United States)

Expressions of interest were received from over eighty individuals who
responded to ICANN's invitation for expressions of interest, which was
posted on the ICANN website on November 25 and distributed to relevant
mailing lists--including the list associated with the International
Forum on the White Paper.

Those selected meet the goals of constructing a committee that both is
geographically diverse and includes a wide variety of interests and
perspectives.  The board appreciates the willingness of so many people
to participate in this important activity and encourages all to continue
to participate as a key source of feedback and expertise for the
committee.

This committee, called for in the ICANN bylaws, will advise the ICANN
board on the creation of an at-large membership structure.  The
committee's work will begin immediately; it is scheduled to report on
its progress at the next ICANN meeting, planned for Singapore March 2-4.

One of the committee's first tasks will be defining its work plan and
methods.  Among other things, it will determine how to involve the
public in its work, especially all the volunteers who are not part of
the formal committee, while striving to accomplish its objectives as
soon as possible.

The committee will be working in conjunction with the Berkman Center for
Internet & Society at Harvard Law School--which, along with other
support to ICANN, is undertaking a study of membership issues.

Thanks to all of the enthusiastic and qualified individuals who
expressed interest in joining the committee.

Contact:

Esther Dyson, Interim Chairman, +1(212)924-8800, [log in to unmask]

George Conrades, Membership Advisory Committee Chairman,
[log in to unmask]

Greg Crew, ICANN Director and Membership Advisory Committee member,
[log in to unmask]

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