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.net, privacy shields, and equal protection under the law

  • To: net-agreement-renewal@xxxxxxxxx
  • Subject: .net, privacy shields, and equal protection under the law
  • From: brian@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 10 May 2011 18:10:45 -0500

It has come to my attention that certain organizations think they are
entitled to greater protection under the law than others. These
organizations seem to delight in making criminals of everyone who is not
them. They think only they should be protected from when copyright
infringement happens on their sites. Apparently, they have asked for
everyone who is not them to lose the protection written into the law and I
as an administrator of a .net domain have not even been notified that
comments on such vile and unscrupulous behavior as they are doing. I have
not been notified that comments close today no less!
This is highly prejudicial, and should any action on this come about which
is detrimental to my right, I will surely defend my rights in a court of
law. I don't see how such behavior can even be legal. I strongly protest
this proposed change to the domain structure and the laws. This can't even
pass Constitutional muster.

Brian Densmore
(administrator of several .net and other domains)

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