Now, ICANN must begin a competitive, transparent process to identify a trustworthy and willing steward for the .ORG domain. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/04/victory-icann-rejects-org-sale-private-equity-firm-ethos-capital
I don't understand how a non-profit can even be owned and therefore sold in the first place...
And isn't it absolutely obvious that the domain registry for non-profits (and actually, probably most registries) needs to be either a non-profit or some sort of narional/international governance body regulated by international treaties? I don't get why even ICANN isn't really in that place. That's just asking for trouble!
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