writes "One American on the ICANN board so far, folks. Newsbytes has this report. "
We could do worse than Vint Cerf, but there's still some concern among U.S. polticians that "we" don't have enough representation. From the story: "House Commerce Committee Chairman Thomas Bliley, R-Va., last week said that it would be 'unfortunate' if the United States
were underrepresented on the ICANN board. Because the United States still has the majority of Internet users and businesses
and because of the nation's leadership role in inventing and promoting the Internet, the US should be well represented on the
ICANN board, he said."