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||Why were non-qualifying names "Registrar Reserved" by Afilias for their friends?
The case of the "Registrar Reserved" names which Afilias granted to their own endorsed
registrars before the public could even apply has been well-monitored on this forum
and other forums.|
Afilias spokesman Heather Carle claimed each of these had been
Each name was supposed to be integral to their domain name businesses.
Afilias CEO Hal Lubsen awarded himself "Fort Knox .info" for a stand alone domain
site which was trading without any hyperlinks to DomainBank - so why did DomainBank
claim THAT name?
Why were the public (and in the case of Fort Knox, the US government)
deprived of these names?
To me, it seems tacky tacky tacky
No wonder I believe
Afilias is rotten to the core
- Why were non-qualifying names "Registrar Reserved" by Afilias for their friends? richard_henderson, November 9 @ 9:04 PM (1/4)