U.S. Finally Represented on ICANN Board
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The Internet Corp. for Assigned Names and Numbers has now filled two-thirds of its 18 board slots and assuaged early concerns of industry observers who felt the U.S. was in danger of being unrepresented.
Elections conducted in early October resulted in three Europeans, one Canadian and one Asian being named, but no Americans.
"We are heaving a great sigh of relief that we asked them to (the supporting organizations) do that and they did," said ICANN interim president Mike Roberts. "We're very pleased. They are all great people with lots of experience."