back to article APNIC backed off naming naughty nominees after injunction threat

The Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC), the regional internet registry for 56 nations, has revealed that it was threatened with an injunction that would have disrupted its elections if it named candidates found to have breached its election nominee code of conduct. Voters therefore went to the polls without knowing …

  1. stiine Silver badge


    Surely the existence of 3rd party verified misbehavior should have been published when it was reported, Otherwise,what's the point?

    1. An_Old_Dog Silver badge

      The Point

      ... is to appear as if they've "done something" about potential corruption. It's window-dressing only.

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    They knew

    "The APNIC electorate therefore voted without knowing which nominees had been found to have breached the code of conduct."

    Actually, most of them knew very well who was acting badly, and voted accordingly.

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