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Username: psbyowner
Date/Time: Mon, September 10, 2001 at 10:55 PM GMT
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Subject: At least business interests are rational...


...Once control falls to the academics and government
administrators, we as free-market enterprisers are screwed.

"Better the devil you know(business), than the devil you don't
(academic and gov)."

Where do you draw the line? excellent question. what about the
countless low population towns etc. such as Amboy, Goffs, etc
etc etc. And the endless variability?

Oh, the registrars will LOVE these restrictions..

Now they have to give all these names away for much less than a
consumer would pay for them. Shame. I think the registrars better
do some damage control and lobby ICANN back into shape,eh? Before ICANN spreads like a virus into cities and counties. THAT would sufficiently hurt the registrars, and a lot of business minded individuals and web developers.

Fotr the most part, decent web development of these sites is better than NOTHING, which is what will result if ICANN continues along this line further...

The idea is to expand and let the internet grow; not suppress it.

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