Battle lines drawn over content policing, fracture between IP community and registrars intensifies
This week at the ICANN meeting in Dublin, one hot button issue has been responsibility for combatting abuse and illegal activity online. The debate has been intense, with ICANN and registrars seeking to avoid a ‘content policing’ role. This week’s discussions have also highlighted a fracture between the IP community and registrar stakeholders.
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