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||Thu, June 14, 2001 at 11:01 AM GMT
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||Methinks you are wrong because
>Neulevel is not interfering with alt roots. Those alt roots will continue
to operate [off the MAIN root as they do today].|
For one thing (out of several
points) - So when ICANN put .biz on main root:
When a person also using alt root
types URL shop.biz - will they go to alt root or main root shop.biz?
How can business
on alt root hope to compete with main root?
Tell me I am wrong.
the alt roots have domained ALL good TLD's, thus preventing ICANN from ever introducing
good named TLD's WITHOUT colliding with alt roots. But that's the alt roots'
tactics. Their strategy is to get their TLD's placed onto the main root.
The alt roots [and their clients] want to become rich instantly which will happen
if their TLD's are placed onto the main root.
It is ICANN and predecesors FAULT.
Through perverted and twisted sense of protectionism towards big business trademarks
- for a decade they did nothing.
>Follow the money with ICANN and with the alt
roots, all of which are monopolizers. A pox on them all.
There is a great
need for a ruling body - just not ICANN. In my true considered and informed opinion,
they are too corrupt.