The ICANN do-nothing staff reply , posted by me Gloria Poole,RN,artist of/in Missouri

I , gloriapoole / Gloria Poole, Registered Nurse licensed in Missouri, have complained repeatedly about the theft of my name, content, and art images I made and photographed by two domains under the control of ICANN a government agency that regulates the domain names,  I am posting here the reply word for word that ICANN sent me which was their 4th or 5th nonsense-we-are-govt-agent-but-we-are-helpless–we-can’t-do-anything-to-help-PROLIFE-NURSES- because- we- are-the-nitwit-team, reply:
Quoting email sent to me : 
Compliance Tickets <>
Wed 3/29, 2:45 AM

Dear Gloria Poole,

Thank you for your follow-up on the closed Registrar Info Spec complaint concerning the domain name human–

ICANN has reviewed and closed your complaint previously because it was determined from your comments that your complaint concerned a private dispute between you and a third party.

Please note that, ICANN is a private sector, not-for-profit organization with limited technical responsibility for coordinating the unique assignment of Internet domain names and IP addresses. ICANN’s authority is purely contractual, and limited to the Registrar Accreditation Agreement (see, the Registry Agreements (see, and ICANN’s Consensus Policies and to its contracted parties.

Additionally, ICANN is not a registrar; therefore does not register, renew, transfer, suspend or otherwise modify domain names and does not have contractual authority to transfer a domain name from one registrant to another. ICANN does not offer domain name registration or website hosting services.

Unless, your issue is related to an ICANN policy or agreement, there is no jurisdiction for ICANN to intervene. However, you may consider the following options:
(1) File a lawsuit in the appropriate court against the current registrant;
(2) Report abuse with the sponsoring registrar, if you believe that the website content is abusive;
(3) File a formal complaint with consumer protection entities such as the Better Business Bureau, International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network or the US Federal Trade Commission; and/or
(3) Begin an administrative proceeding under the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP). For more general details on the UDRP, please see the ICANN UDRP page and the FAQs:

Because your issue does not implicate a breach of an ICANN policy or agreement, there is no jurisdiction for ICANN to intervene, and therefore ICANN considers this matter now closed. However, if you have grounds to believe that a specific registrar may be in breach of the Registrar Accreditation Agreement or any of the ICANN’s Consensus Policies, or that your complaint should not have been closed, please submit a new ticket through and provide a detailed explanation. ICANN will review your submission and, if appropriate, forward it to the registrar to ensure compliance.

Please do not reply to this email (replies to closed complaints are not monitored by ICANN staff).


ICANN Contractual Compliance” [end quote].

Posted by me Gloria Poole, owner of this blog and of all content on this blog, all art, all words and all photos on it from the beginning of it. The cyber-thug criminal that pretends to be a “teenager’ is my 2nd exhusband who is in his 50’s and who tried to kill me four times in the 4 yrs I was married to him. I am divorced from that murderer DBP since Oct 2007 and it is public record in the state of Colorado.Posted on 1st april 2017 at 4:54pm