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Username: Garry Anderson
Date/Time: Mon, August 6, 2001 at 10:58 AM GMT
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Subject: Please read in context

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Firstly - I answered the question about fraud - then I answered your point about 'creditcards' and 'domains'.

So - how have I diverted attention away from fraud?

As I understand it - creditcards.com could claim creditcards.info

I have not seen anything that says otherwise.

Please can you direct me to anything that says different?

I said, "Each of these enables them to make claim under sunrise or use as excuse of 'consumer confussion' - take these domains off owner by UDRP."

So the Sunrise Period makes no difference - they can effectively take a domain name from the legal owner later on - by UDRP.

BOTH the Sunrise Period and UDRP are fatally flawed systems.

My point is - nobody could be that incompetent - these are clever people.

IMO the Sunrise Period was set up that way purposefully, to extract as much profit as was possible.
 

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