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[I-coordination] A different model
kstubbs at afilias.info
Thu Dec 12 04:26:18 CET 2013
On 12/11/2013 10:08 PM, Ken Stubbs wrote:
> I'm sorry but I have to take umbrage with your first statement here
> Dr. Hallam-Baker.
> Your sentiments are very broad generalizations and not at all
> necessarily the case.
> Granted, there are those here in the US that feel the way your
> describing, but there is also a very large
> number who feel quite differently. There are a significant number of
> Americans who are
> very critical of the way that the US government has approached dealing
> with the issues
> around the NSA disclosures.
> Many of us are quite concerned about the approach taken by the US
> government with respect
> developed by other countries
> such is Germany, the UK, Canada, Ireland, and the Scandinavian
> countries and are encouraging our government
> to work more closely to adopt laws and policies which reflect these
> underlying ideals.
> Many times in the past we have embraced excellent solutions have been
> proposed by institutions, organizations, as well as individuals,
> domiciled outside the United States .
> As is the case in many countries, the words and writings of a few do
> not necessarily represent the feelings of the majority.
> Personally, I and many Americans do not like being painted with the
> brush your using here.
> Ken Stubbs
> On 12/11/2013 1:13 PM, Phillip Hallam-Baker wrote:
>> On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 12:44 PM, Bob Bruen <korg at coldrain.net
>> <mailto:korg at coldrain.net>> wrote:
>> No one said there was zero inflence, but much of the
>> criticism is
>> hyperbolic because of the dislike of the US government.
>> I think "massive" is hyperbolic.
>> The thing that actually annoys me most about the current situation is
>> that Americans simply can't take any criticism of their government
>> without throwing accusations of anti-Americanism.
>> The big issue here is accountability and the US nationals don't want
>> their government to be accountable to non-nationals. Which is not
>> compatible with the US government being in control of the Internet.
>> Whoever is in control has to accept accountability. If people don't
>> want their motives or their honesty to be challenged then they should
>> not run for public office. I make no apologies at all for asking if
>> the reason a judge makes the rulings he does is because his wife
>> receives $750K per year in lobbying fees from organizations
>> litigating cases in his court.
>> If the US does not want to accept accountability then it can't play
>> that role. 'You have to let us lead or you are being anti-American'
>> is not a persuasive case.
>> Accusing people who raise relevant questions of 'anti-Americanism'
>> has to be considered unacceptable if we are going to proceed.
>> As it happens I don't think that there is any group that has a large
>> degree of concern about the decisions the US has taken in its role.
>> The issue is what they might do in the future. And the one thing we
>> know with certainty here is that there will be a new President in
>> 2017 and possibly a different agenda.
>> Website: http://hallambaker.com/
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