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uniform rapid suspension (URS) system

  • To: net-agreement-renewal@xxxxxxxxx
  • Subject: uniform rapid suspension (URS) system
  • From: glyn moody <glyn.moody@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 10 May 2011 20:02:21 +0100

I am writing to urge you not to apply new and untested rights
protections to one of the original top level domain names.  This would
be damaging for a number of reasons.

It would give one particular industry a stranglehold over the
development of the Internet.  In particular, it would allow that
industry to put its own priorities ahead of the Net as a whole.

If that were to happen, this would inevitably lead to a diminishing of
the role of the .net domain, as companies - notably those outside the
US - avoided it.  Similarly, the Net as a whole would suffer as
darknet-type solutions to circumvent the proposed move were developed
and became widely used.  Again, this would be extremely bad both for
the .net domain, and the Internet as a whole.

Best wishes

Glyn Moody


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