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  1. Thanks for your patience. This has been quite a uphill climb. When my father passed away last year KnujOn faced a number of challenges. Most specifically was the merging of two processes that had been working independently. With much effort we now a single process, in a single code set with a single database on one platform. Our entire operation is now running more smoothly and we are ready to push forward. If you are new to the project, welcome, you may have not been aware of the difficulties we have had. If you have not seen the refreshed website, please take a moment to that now: http://www.knujon.com. While some content and data is still being migrated and updated your reports should now be in the new format: http://www.knujon.com/kcreports/hr24140.html If you have sent us questions, we will do our best to answer them as soon as possible. We are currently preparing to release a major report along with some very specific complaints against abusive service providers. On policy, the At-Large Advisory Council received a response from the ICANN CEO to the letter I drafted on Consumer Trust. The response is woefully inadequate, but not unexpected. In the letter ICANN does not exactly admit mistakes, but comes as close to that a possible. The response confirms many things we suspected which is generally that ICANN does not have a plan for safeguarding consumers on the Internet. Read more here: http://www.knujon.com/index.html#blog However, there is some good news. ICANNs embattled CEO is leaving and a replacement has been selected. We are looking forward to beginning a new relationship with this CEO and continuing our work to fix broken Internet abuse policies. Also, Wiley has published my book, WHOIS Running the Internet, which covers heavily the work done by KnujOn to address the issue of restoring trust in communication through identification and accountability. The book has a dedicated site which explains much of the background for the book: http://whois.knujon.com. Purchasing a copy of the book or informing others will help this project. #################################################### Report index: http://www.knujon.com/kcreports/hr24140.html TEST LOCATION: http://bob.knujon.net/kcreports/hr24140.html Receipts: http://www.knujon.com/kcreports/hr24140_R.html Account Management: http://www.knujon.com/kcreports/hr24140.html#acctmgt Be sure to use your unique reporting address: hr24140[at]knujon.net Report Frequency Preference: NA Opt-out Preference: NA ------------------ Submission options: http://www.knujon.com/sendusspam.html Twitter: [at] KnujOn Buy WHOIS Running The Internet?: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1118679555/ KnujOn is an all volunteer, unfunded initiative. We need to raise about $5000 to cover our yearly basic project expenses. We are committed to this solution and appreciate your patience while we work our way through the maze of Internet bureaucracy to reduce illicit traffic and spam. Reply with UNSUBSCRIBE to be removed Thank you for your continued support!