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Username: Garry Anderson
Date/Time: Tue, May 8, 2001 at 9:20 AM GMT
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Subject: Agree

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The logic of your argument is sound.

ICANN and the authorities are responsible for this mess.

Using DNS as a FATALLY FLAWED trademark system, they break the law by trying to control what words we can use in the DNS.

This is both against the First Amendment and ‘unfair competition’ law.

It does not take good logic skills to see this - just straightforward common sense.

Please visit my site and see US DoC (Department of Chickens) Secretary - Don 'Littlechick' Evans.

Looks like he is too cowardly to answer my question, just like his predecessor - 'Chicken' Norman Mineta.

Question being, basically, "Is identifier (like ™), class & country ESSENTIAL to identify trademarks on the Internet?"

Note: a trademarks class is simply its product type e.g. Domino Pizza, the class is food.

Class is the only 1 section of industry/service out of 42 were it has any rights at all - and then in only 1 country out of well over 200 others.

I have asked the US Government since June 2000.

In all their replies they refuse to answer.

The solution is even easier than using the phone.

name.class.country.reg - e.g. domino.food.us.reg
 

Link: WIPO.org.uk


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