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||Mon, August 27, 2001 at 4:42 PM GMT
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||Well. . .
Well, I am not sure of your
point. There are no restrictions on the numbers of .com, .net and .org domains a
registrant can register. Some Dot-Commers own 10,000 .coms, 40,000 .coms, etc. Isn't
there a company that owns close to a million .coms?
multiple generic domains for an extensive business plan is not illegal and breaks
no existing policy. I own 200 .com domains myself, none of which are for sale, and
all of which are part of my business plan. It will take awhile before all of them
are operating as I envision, but they are all currently developed as distinct sites
and were all registered IN GOOD FAITH.
Trying to drag a registrant
through the mud on the mere basis that multiple domains are registered, is close
to libel, in my humble opinion.