The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) (last mentioned in the November 17, 2000 Scout Report
) has this page about a large movement to reform the organization and its practices. The original mission of ICANN was "to create an effective private sector policy development process" to manage the Internet domain name system. The documents given on this site explain why this implementation has been inadequate, and they look at current discussions about what should be done to reform ICANN. There are many working papers listed, the most recent being ICANN: A Blueprint for Reform, which was released June 20, 2002.
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