Ethos tries to assuage concerns, but non-profits have more questions.
Last week NTEN, a group that helps non-profits use technology, held a Q&A with the three parties involved with the sale of .org: Private equity firm Ethos, Internet Society (ISOC), and Public Interest Registry.
It was an interesting call and the first time we’ve really heard from Ethos, other than carefully worded statements on its website.
Questions related to: why ISOC didn’t put the .org contract out to bid, why the rush to complete the detal, how long Ethos plans to hold its investment, how Ethos can assure the community that it won’t raise prices much, and several other topics.
You can watch the full session here: