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||Thu, December 6, 2001 at 8:14 AM GMT
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||No, UDRP is corrupt
and the very fact that as you say 'you just need to know how to play the game', indicates
this anyway. 'Playing the game' is an opportunist's reaction to the corruption. That
is what you are Mole, an opportunist. Nothing wrong with that, keeping your eyes
open for opportunities is wise.|
However, it should at least be admitted that UDRP
is corrupt, as good people who may not be as handy at 'playing the game' and are
victims will suffer unjustly. It is yet another example of big business bully-boys
teaming up with corrupt government organisations.
We can learn to adapt to their
dirty tricks for our own investment survival, but let us not credit them with any
undue decency. UDRP is part of a much wider bullshit culture which ICANN is right
in the middle of. How wide is it? Depends where you draw the line: Afilias doesn't
do anything about corrupt registrars and its own board has commited fraud, ICANN
doesn't do anything about Afilias, The DoC doesn't do anything about ICANN... It's
a familiar story in the UK too, governments turning a blind eye to corrupt businesses.
It is the capitalist way.