IDN in the news

"Martin J. Dürst" duerst at
Tue Oct 27 09:14:45 CET 2009

Most of the time I read press articles about subjects I know well, it 
ranges from mostly hopeless to totally hopeless. It's both that 
journalists have to write about a very wide range of subjects and that 
they try to cut corners (with or without realizing it) to make the story 
easy to read for the average reader and to increase its "news" value.

Regards,   Martin.

On 2009/10/27 9:15, Cary Karp wrote:
>> I don't even want to speculate as to whether the BBC reporter got it
>> wrong or if someone at ICANN is engaging in hyperbole.
> I'm following all this from a ringside seat, both hearing what ICANN says
> and tracking the subsequent press. The quality of the reporting is not
> stellar.
> /Cary
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