Internet privacy ‘sacrificed’ by ICANN by Michael Geist

Internet privacy ‘sacrificed’ by Icann by Michael GeistThe BBC among others publishes an article by Professor Michael Geist arguing ICANN “has sacrificed the issue of privacy for a shot at independence.” Geist argues that all the work done on Whois reforms over the last 5 years has come to nothing by requiring ICANN to enforce current Whois policies, despite opposition from privacy groups including European data protection commissioners.http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/6036481.stm

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