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Rolling Domainer: Special ICANN 49 issue about Globalism, NSA and the Internet

With ICANN 49 ongoing in Singapore, the new issue of the Rolling Domainer is out.

Covering the ICANN push for a global, free Internet, as opposed to its tyrannic and oppressive 20 first years, the Rolling Domainer profiles Fadi Chehadé, ICANN CEO, in a ground-breaking interview.

“Definitely the mix of politics and globalism reporting that I’ve been waiting for!” remarked Edward Snowden from Russia.

Other articles in this edition include:

  • ICANN 49 Lifestyle: A complete guide to food, hedonism and night club entertainment in Singapore.
  • NSA Report: The agency that was set up to serve and protect America is doing a damn fine job.
  • Paul Stahura: Donuts – and why everyone should have them for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • The End of the Internet: Editorial on the globalized assault against good old fashioned American Internet.

If you missed the July 2013 edition of the Rolling Domainer, click here.

Rolling Domainer – Special ICANN 49 Edition.

Rolling Domainer – Special ICANN 49 Edition.


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4 Responses to “Rolling Domainer: Special ICANN 49 issue about Globalism, NSA and the Internet”
  1. Aaron Strong says:

    What does ICANN, UN, and Agenda 21 have in common?…… Globalization…Which is a threat to Freedom of Speech, Human Rights, Private Property (capitalism), Religious freedom, and the entire U.S. Constitution……………This is not an extreme point of view but rather facts aligning, because of an agenda put in long ago…….We have learned recently that “conspiracy theories” yesterday are becoming “fact” today…….We are losing battles, but I remain faithful “goodness” will triumph.

  2. DomainGang says:

    Aaron – But but but! ICANN brought us the gTLDs!!!

  3. Tor says:

    Search engine that doesn’t track
    DuckDuckgo.com

    Browser that keeps you anonymous online.
    https://www.torproject.org/

  4. Steve says:

    I don’t think globalization is necessarily the problem. Giving the less fortunate a hand up isn’t a bad thing. People all over the world should be entitled to a safe, happy, prosperous life. What is a problem is when multinational corporations dictate policy for Countries via $$$$. Free trade wiped out the middle class as it allowed huge corporations to move their cash and jobs to the cheapest areas on the planet. Many, many “respectable” American, Canadian, British etc. companies avoid paying taxes by playing the “shell” game and moving profits to the lowest tax jurisdiction. That has to change. Also letting the finance gatekeepers create and exploit ponzi schemes is immoral. No one is in jail for the financial meltdown, many are still making millions today for bringing the world economy to it’s knees, many are even working in the previous and current gov. Sad times.

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