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Domain Forgery, Hijacking and False Whois

  • To: idn-guidelines@xxxxxxxxx
  • Subject: Domain Forgery, Hijacking and False Whois
  • From: showker@xxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 13:04:52 -0400

This measure will tend to complicate the already
difficult task of tracking and apprehending online
criminals and criminal activities.

It will also further involve ICANN in complicity
in such online crimes by designating registrars
to allow serious violations of ICANN regulations,
and international law.

So far ICANN has NOT enforced its already existing
regulations and rules with registrars, and openly
and freely allows such registrars to engage in
numerous online criminal activities.

ICANN should be ELIMINATING loop-holes and the very
complexity which gives free reign to terrorists,
online criminals and get-rich profiteers.

ICANN should be working on setting up programs which
promote true authentication of domain users, and their
registrars -- along with providing more speedy remedy
for criminal activities online rather than making it
easier for the criminals to operate and more
difficult for law enforcement to track the
criminals down.

ICANN cannot even write a lucid draft proposal.

If ICANN cannot administrate the overwhelming glut
of bureaucracy it already has, what makes them think
they can handle adding more.

FNS, Spam Trackers

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