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It is obvious with around 250 ccTLD that the Internet would not crash.|
not see - Proof of Concept was just to slow the roll-out of new TLD?
I agree with
some of what you say and disagree with some.
Quote: "Some people incorrectly think
that ICANN is some sort of new world government and they will be the leaders of that
government. They do not accept that ICANN will not be needed once Full-Scale Deployment
takes place. The new TLD Communities will be quite capable of governing themselves.
The Internet Architecture is counter to the notion of a single point of failure,
Who will remove ICANN from power - certainly not US DoC who are behind
You fool yourself, if you think they can be bybassed - or will allow the
situation that will bring this about.
Incidently, Nameprotect.com is advertised
on that link.
Trademark protectionism stops all businesses using their name on
the Internet, giving some unfair dominance with advantage over others and makes those
promoting it a lot of money.
WIPO and the legal profession would not be required
for these problems if .reg was in place to put ownership of the domain beyond doubt.