Karl Auerbach Wins Access To ICANN Records

from the that-took-a-bit-longer-than-expected dept

We’ve spoken about the Karl Auerbach/ICANN argument many times before, but finally a judge has ruled that, as a board member, Auebach has the right to view ICANN’s records. However, anything ICANN marks “confidential” can’t be revealed without a 10 day warning – during which ICANN can sue to prevent him from releasing the info. What this means, of course, is that ICANN will likely mark just about everything as confidential.

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