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Username: InternetAdvocate
Date/Time: Thu, October 18, 2001 at 12:07 AM GMT (Wed, October 17, 2001 at 5:07 PM PDT)
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Subject: ICANN cares as much as ORSC does...


ICANN did to Alantic Root Network [ARNI] what ORSC did to Winstar: stole the dot-biz TLD.

Karl Denninger created a dot-biz domain name registration system in 1995, and his company, Macro Computer Systems, was sold in 1998 to Winstar Communications.

ORSC changed from pointing to Winstar's list of dot-biz names to Alantic Root Network's in the last year. ARNI's claim to this is no more legitimate than JV Team's.  "I would argue that neither of them has a legitimate claim," Denninger says.

JV Team is now called Neulevel.


Link: Is Dot-Biz Really a New Domain?

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