ICANN’s Bucharest Meetings: Some more Online Press Coverage.

Google’s news search proves to be a very helpful tool when you’re looking for recent online coverage of current topics. With respect to ICANN, the following articles may merit some attention: At BBC News, there’s a brief report on ICANN reform and…

Google’s news search proves to be a very helpful tool when you’re looking for recent online coverage of current topics. With respect to ICANN, the following articles may merit some attention: At BBC News, there’s a brief report on ICANN reform and the relationship to ccTLDs, with an interesting picture from Romania. It’s not the Marriot, I suppose… The Mercury News run two new articles: A very brief AP piece, and Dan Gillmor’s column, titled ICANN’s accountability just a charade. Gilmor characterizes the reform process as bana-republic moves. The ICANN-related part of the article ends like this: Prediction: Governments will step in. And ICANN will have only itself to blame. Finally, there is David McGuire writing on washingtonpost.com. He discusses the reform process, the at-large elections, and quotes James Love’s note and the CDT press release linked earlier by Bret. (Unfortunately, the second half of the article is currently inaccessible due to server maintenance at the Washington Post.)