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Username: Garry Anderson
Date/Time: Fri, January 11, 2002 at 9:50 AM GMT
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Subject: ICANN (sort of) admit I am right


They would choke to death if they flat-out admit all my findings are correct.

By Reuters January 10, 2002


M. Stuart Lynn, president of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, said restricted top-level domains open only to members of a select group such as schools or museums would likely pose fewer problems than unrestricted top-level domains open to the general public.

Cybersquatting disputes are less likely in a tightly regulated domain, Lynn said.

Lynn's comments echo those made by ICANN Chairman Vint Cerf at a meeting with reporters in December.

Lynn and Cerf both emphasized that their opinions were their own and not that of ICANN, but both said others agreed with them.

"More people I talk to think it's the more likely direction," Lynn said.


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