ENN -- The suspended chief executive of the Irish Internet domain registry, Mike Fagan, resigned from the company yesterday after reaching a legal settlement. Fagan had presided over the most derisive period of Irish Internet histrionics. He was suspended in October 2002 pending the financial management of the financial affairs of the company.
The Irish technical community hopes the IEDR function becomes responsibility of a professional association, such as the Irish Computing Society. This should happen because there are major players pushing for government action with regards to the Irish domain registrar.
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