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Username: rachelmacgregor
Date/Time: Sun, September 9, 2001 at 9:02 PM GMT
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Subject: No answer from Uruguay

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Message read at ICANN conference:

Although the Afilias roll-out is a 'proof of concept' testbed, does
ICANN as regulator have any moral obligation to .info Landrush customers to intervene and suspend the .info Landrush since thousands of honest customers have been defrauded by false Sunrise claims and that loss will be cemented if the Landrush proceeds? Does ICANN as regulator have the authority to impose the so-called Domebase solution or an alternative mechanism that protects defrauded customers whose place in queues otherwise become valueless? Do the moral obligations of ICANN as regulator over-rule the experimental rigidity of the Afilias roll-out, because the "experiment" needs to be adapted or abandoned if the process has resulted in negligence?
           

 


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