Strickland, John Estmond 施德論

Putting the dot back in HK
A deep dive into HK's "not-for-profit" internet domain registry reveals appalling governance, over-charging, continuing conflicts of interests and a severe case of corporate obesity. In late 2015, having hoarded enough cash to run the registry for 9 years, the Government-controlled board reversed a fee cut, losing a quarter of registered domains over the next 3 years, while seeking ways to squander the surpluses on mission-creep rather than return the cash to users. There is a better way. (25-Apr-2019)
PERL: Strickland's Submission
It transpires that editor David Webb was not the only director of HKEx to make a personal submission to the Government on the Listing Consultation. We have obtained a copy of John Strickland's submission, and in the interests of transparency, we publish it here. (28-Mar-2004)

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