Why the ICANN Board is getting rid of its end of conference Board meetings
The last Friday Board meeting we will see for a while?
A fortnight ago, the ICANN Board announced it was getting rid of its public meeting on the last day of its conferences.
The news has been criticized by in some quarters by those who fear the change will reduce the organization's accountability and transparency at a crucial time.
We met up with Board member Chris Disspain, who is also one of the members of the Public Participation Committee that has been reviewing changes to ICANN meetings, to discuss the rationale behind the change and what it means in reality.
So why the decision to get rid of the Friday Board meeting?