From: "Mad Chaz" <madchaz@gmail.com>
To: <DNSTransition@ntia.doc.gov>
Date: Mon, Jul 3, 2006 9:48 AM
Subject: Proposal on internet governance

Q: How to finance the organisation that runs the internet
A: Impose a tax on domain names. This tax can be extremly small, such as the smallest avalable currency in the contry of registration (1 cent for the US). This will generate substancial revenue for the antity

Q: Who should oversee the organisation
A: No one and everyone. No single gouvernment should be allowed to influence this agency. Basicaly, it should be considered it's own contry, in the sence that it can declare it's own rules and impose taxes on it's property (domain names, internet Ip addresses).

Q: Should the US gouvernment still be considered to have authority over the internet, as is implied by it's responsability to renew the ICAN contract
A: No. The internet as now grown to escape the scope of the US control and should fall under UN juridiction.

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Mad Chaz