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Username: InternetAdvocate
Date/Time: Thu, June 28, 2001 at 1:36 AM GMT (Wed, June 27, 2001 at 6:36 PM PDT)
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Subject: ICANN & the alt roots are greedy.


> "If people wish to use other roots, fine. If ICANN want to stop them from doing so you have to ask why.  Is it because they see the potential of their business and want to take it for themselves? Now who is greedy?"

ICANN.  And the alt roots.

The alt roots are corrupt monopolizers, trying to tie up every good TLD, thus preventing ICANN from ever introducing good TLD names 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.

Follow the money with ICANN and with the alt roots, all of which are monopolizers.  A pox on them all.

Compromise solutions? Read my earlier post in this thread.


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