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Username: richard_henderson
Date/Time: Fri, February 8, 2002 at 10:53 PM GMT
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Subject: ICANN's accreditation to scam...


If ICANN gives accreditation to companies (like Yesnic) that appear to break rules, scam the public, and then ICANN continues to give them accreditation... isn't ICANN party to their fraudulent business actions? If ICANN condones their conduct, and continues to accredit them, then isn't ICANN guilty of abusing the consumer too?

If you can do anything and get away with it, what exactly does ICANN accreditation mean?

And as for 007names, their record speaks for itself. We have all been victims of scams, and the so-called regulating body does sweet fuck all about it.

ICANN just presides over it all. The Subcommittee for Telecommunications and the Internet (chaired by Fred Upton) just presides over it all.

But who protects the consumer?      


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