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||Tue, June 27, 2000 at 7:31 AM GMT
||Microsoft Internet Explorer V5.0 using Windows 98
||Corporate Propaganda and your question.
Read the Intel propaganda posting by Anne Gundelfinger and you will see the corporate
viewpoint. They are not at all interested that small businessman cannot get their
company name (with .reg they can).|
In my reply to it, I have highlighted most
the problems except for one of the more major.
UDRP was not designed to be a fair
process. Just give that pretence. As can be seen in practice, it gives unjust advantage
to big business.
Incidently, I emailed that reply to Anne and Intel, to make sure
that they got it.
.co.uk is not unfriendly - I have got a several including garryanderson.co.uk
- NOT the dot COM. As I say in my protest site:
To conduct business they do not
NEED dot com. To make the point, the author did not get his name dot com, but got
the less prestigious dot CO dot UK instead. It is more important that customers can
find and recognize you, than being Mr 'IGotThereFirst.COM'. MOST businesses cannot
have the .COM they want, as for the several hundred Domino's. This ideal solution
will give them ALL that name in the same TLD. This will enable consumers to easily
find and identify them. It is something that cannot be faked, you will not come across
sex sites and nobody could take your name. DOT REG would solve all these problems.