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MMX top executives particularly, Van Couvering and Salazar, have been involved with ICANN since its very beginnings.<ref>
[http://www.mindsandmachines.com/2011/07/mms-parent-company-tldh-appoints-peter-dengate-thrush-as-executive-chairman/ M+M’s parent company, TLDH, appoints Peter Dengate Thrush as Executive Chairman]</ref>
 
===Van Couvering===
During the Senate hearings regarding the implementation of the New gTLD Program, Mr. Couvering was one of the representatives of the domain industry who signed the letter sent to Senators John Rockefeller and Kay Bailey Hutchison supporting the program. He and his colleagues reiterated ICANN's position that it is beneficial for the global internet community and it promotes innovation.<ref>[http://domainincite.com/docs/Senate-Letter-ICANN-Expansion-of-Top-Level-Domains-08.DEC.2011.pdf Letter to Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation]</ref>
===Michael Salazar===
Michael Salazar led ICANN's [[New gTLD Program]], and was there for three years, before being let go as a result of prominent digital glitches, and subsequent mishandling, of the [[TAS]] (The new gTLD Application System), and also the technical failure of the [[Digital Archery]] [[Batching]] process.<ref name="Salazar"></ref>
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===Van Couvering===During the Senate hearings regarding the implementation of the New gTLD Program, Mr. Couvering was one of the representatives of the domain industry who signed the letter sent to Senators John Rockefeller and Kay Bailey Hutchison supporting the program. He and his colleagues reiterated ICANN's position that it is beneficial for the global internet community and it promotes innovation.<ref>[http://domainincite.com/docs/Senate-Letter-ICANN-Expansion-of-Top-Level-Domains-08.DEC.2011.pdf Letter to Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation]</ref>===Michael Salazar===Michael Salazar led ICANN's [[New gTLD Program]], and was there for three years, before being let go as a result of prominent digital glitches, and subsequent mishandling, of the [[TAS]] (The new gTLD Application System), and also the technical failure of the [[Digital Archery]] [[Batching]] process.<ref name="Salazar"></ref>==References=={{reflist}}
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