Cheerleader2ICANNWatch: “What does it mean about internet governance when ICANN (whether viewed as a 'bottom up consensus driven' body, or a proxy for the US government) contractually binds a key member of one of the constituencies that are supposed to govern it so that this party has a duty to become ICANN's cheerleaders, and pays them off for this by allowing them to charge more in a what amounts to an ICANN-granted monopoly?”

Long time readers will know that I rarely, if ever, agree with much of what gets published over at ICANNWatch. This time though, all I can say is “What they said”.