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Re: Cybercrime treaty

David LeBlanc wrote:
> All good questions.  I propose that we do not require unanimous consent, but
> that we do require a quorum.  We could also just list the board members who
> have contributed to the response. I'd take no response as a NOOP, and
> objections ought to be carefully considered - we should try to reach a
> consensus on substantive matters (as opposed to wordsmithing).

If there is a significant dissenting opinion, couldn't that
be captured in a second, attached statement.  I'm thinking
of how courts often handle the presence of dissenting views.

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