In the summer of 2001, I published a study on the panelist allocation practices of domain name dispute resolution providers. The study – Fair.com – found troubling evidence of systemic unfairness in the process. Zak Muscovitch has published an updated study that finds that the concerns remain, with one panelist […]
Vint Cerf at ICANN by Veni (CC BY 2.0) https://flic.kr/p/3KWko9
CIRA CEO Byron Holland has a great piece on ACTA, three strikes and the danger of "unintended negative consequences."
Groovle, a Toronto-based firm, has defeated Google in a domain name dispute case. Google claimed that the domain was confusingly similar to its own, but an NAF panel disagreed.
The BBC reports on how the United Nations removed a poster promoting a book on Internet censorship by the University of Toronto's Open Net Initiative at the Internet Governance Forum currently underway in Egypt.