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Username: rachelmacgregor
Date/Time: Sun, September 23, 2001 at 8:09 PM GMT
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Subject: Afilias WERE required to delete these names, a court may find


But a court of law may find that they WERE required to delete these registrations!

Because to fail to might be judged to "obstruct" the legitimate financial interests of other customers, and to allow a fraud to come to completion, which COULD have been prevented if reasonable action on the part of Afilias (or ICANN) had been taken

It was reasonable to expect Afilias to exercise their right to delete, because they had it in their power to prevent the fraud perpetrated through their own systems and processes.

As the presiding agency, it was Afilias - not the fraudulent applicant - who took the final decision as to whether the fraud would go ahead to the loss of the Landrush customers      


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