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ICANN Senior Executive Resigns Over Undisclosed Conflict of Interest

Senior vice president Kurt Pritz has resigned his new job as ICANN’s Chief Strategy Officer over an undisclosed conflict of interest, reports Kieren McCarthy in .Nxt. “In a note posted on the organization’s website earlier today, new CEO Fadi Chehade noted that Pritz had resigned ‘because of a recently identified conflict of interest’. ICANN has so far refused to identify what that conflict is.”

Updates:  UPDATED Nov 18, 2012 11:14 PM PST
Pritz's conflict of interest was with ARI DomainIncite, Nov.18.2012

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