Monday, July 21, 2008
A very interesting new site, Thoreau-FDA.com, has been launched, purportedly by current and former FDA employees concerned about the operation of the FDA, in particular in drug review, and in particular about directives from "upper management."
The domain is registered to James Dickinson, who operates FDAweb.com, but he states he just allowed his name to be used for registration. (Query whether that's consistent with ICANN's policy requiring accurate contact information -- and also observe that the group could, for nine bucks, registered the domain anonymously through the registrar they're already with, GoDaddy.com. But that's all a little beside the point, I suppose.)