About 100 new members had passed on their proxy votes.David Farrar and council member Peter Mott between them held 75 percent of the proxy votes, other key movers for change were Roger de Salis, an ISOCNZ councillor and former director of Domainz, and ISP owner, Robert Gray. Keith Davidson was the only one up for re-election to retain his seat, receiving 235 votes; the only time any standing member had received more than 200 votes for any position.Critics have declared Cyrus’ onstage antics, including twerking, crotch-grabbing and occasional drug references, as vulgar.Her upcoming New Zealand show in October has been branded as “porn” by Family First spokesman Bob Mc Coskrie.
“This is not freedom and power as claimed by Miley – it is simply porn and the promotion of drug use dressed as pop,” says Mr Mc Coskrie.
Their goal was to overturn the council and board and move things quickly to a fully shared registry system. The incoming council was Rick Shera, Andy Linton, Steven Judd, Robert Gray, David Zanetti, Steven Heath, Simon Blake, Arron Scott, and Jordan Carter.
The new council and board voted to accept the SRS model and the recommendations of the ‘Review of Registry Structure of the cc TLD,’ commonly known as the Hine Report.
“Parents should save their money, protect their children and expose them to the far more positive messages of celebrating their achievements, their personality and their uniqueness,” he said.
Cyrus has hit back at criticisms, saying her show is empowering for fans.
In general business John Hine presented the Domainz Model Review Working Group report; a decision was made to remove the registry function from Domainz which would be maintained as a registrar. It was also agreed to have an open working group consult with Domainz, ISPs, and registrars and develop a full proposal on a redesign of the DRS technology.