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Please see my other comment on this thread. It is likely this “sale” could be considered illegal.
Here is the information for ICANN which can be used for the above form as well:
Remember that the founder of this PE firm was at ICANN, so this transaction is self-dealing on ICANN’s end as well.
ICANN, by lifting the price restriction, was likely “in” on this deal.
When a nonprofit does something to greatly enrich a former CEO, that’s likely self dealing and illegal in the IRS’ eyes. The CA attorney general should also take action (ICANN is CA based).
Additionally, it might be beneficial for folks to file complaints with the Washington, D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs , since the Internet Society is incorporated in D.C., and with the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services , since its principle place of business is Virginia and is registered as a foreign corporation there.
It was ICANN which approved contract removing price limits, not Internet Society. (of course probably all of ICANN/ISOC/PIR/Ethos were involved in the deal, but anyway this statement is incorrect)
I wonder how effective these copy-pasted mass complaints to organizations/politicians/etc. are. It seems to be just waste of time, it's not that receiving same mail X times gives additional information?
Also becoming a B corp is different from getting the certification. the latter is just a reporting standard.