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what is when a registry fails? Do it have to pay the money back? ICANN could do the
same with afilias. But as I read the registration agreements all fees are non-refundable.
So if ICANN would decide that a registry in "your proof of concept phase" can't handle
it. All money of the customers were lost. It would be same if ICANN would terminate
Sorry, but I can't see much benefit.
Reply: The main benefit being,
this stops incompetent management getting their hands on a TLD. Afilias customers
would have known they were gambling on them doing a good job. Yes - Afilias would
be the first to go.
.WEB wouldn't lead to any improvement of web navigation.
Though I am not advocate for .web, nor having .web domain, I consider it a good general
But nowadays new TLDs should characterize the content...
Agree - with .reg for registered trademarks ;-)