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RE: On Tim's testimony at the US Senate comm

From: Paul Walsh, Segala <paulwalsh@segala.com>
Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2007 11:08:07 -0000
To: "'Dan Brickley'" <danbri@danbri.org>
Cc: "'Ivan Herman'" <ivan@w3.org>, "'W3C SW Education and Outreach IG'" <public-sweo-ig@w3.org>
Message-Id: <20070305110808.1F142DED6EF6@postie2.hosting365.ie>

Yeah but the US doesn't do much about Global warming mate ;-) 

Talk about digressing :)

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> To: Paul Walsh, Segala
> Cc: 'Ivan Herman'; 'W3C SW Education and Outreach IG'
> Subject: Re: On Tim's testimony at the US Senate comm
> 
> 
> Paul Walsh, Segala wrote:
> > Doesn't the title give it away?
> >
> > "US Congress Telecommuncations and the Internet Subcommittee Hearing on
the
> > Future of the Web"
> >
> > How is the future of the Web something which the US Congress can debate?
Or
> > am I reading too much into this? Are they talking about the future of
*the
> > Web*, or the future of the Web for *US citizens*?
> 
> 
> On that logic, they shouldn't have hearings on global warming either.
> 
> Just national warming. It is of course perfectly reasonable for policy
> making bodies to try to learn about what's going on around the world.
> 
> > I ask the questions because I'm privy to how ICANN really works as
apposed
> > to how it's supposed to be non-US and independent.
> 
> This seems somewhat different. Worth giving the video a whirl, ... I
> watched most of it live. It's a good thing that they did this I think.
> 
> cheers,
> 
> Dan
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