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||BBC - "Afilias did little to check the information"
They should have wrote:|
"Afilias did NOTHING to check the information - apart from
the credit card details"
Why is the media pouncing about with half truths?
do they not tell the whole truth?
BBC call it a "Police farce" - this is another
The door was deliberately left open - even trainee programmers know
you have to validate data entry.
Nobody can deny this - it is the truth.
authorities are corrupt.
"Although it tried to limit the chance
that speculators would have to buy up potentially lucrative names, flaws in the Afilias
registration process allowed people to obtain domains they had no claim to."
should have wrote:
"Although it tried to limit the chance that speculators would
have to buy up potentially lucrative names [by 'stealing' and keeping the domains
for themselves], [intentional] flaws in the Afilias registration process allowed
people to obtain domains they had no claim to. [Had ICANN released restricted Top
Level Domains for trademarks, there would be absolutely no requirement for Sunrise
Period. ICANN President Stuart Lynn and Chairman Vint Cerf agree that cybersquatting
disputes are less likely in a tightly regulated domain. The question has to be asked
- why do ICANN not do that?]"