I would very much like to get your comments on the introduction of:
1) .reg for
2) .rcom, .rnet and .rorg for trademarkholders
the parallel introduction of .web (open) and .rweb (restricted) and the use of this
system for all new gtlds.
4. the introduction of 42 new gtlds, which correspond
to the main titles of the 42 trademark classes. This means that you get 42 open gtlds
and 42 restricted ones ("r"...)
5. adding the country code after the domain name
in case someone holds a trademark in this class, but just in 1 country.
e.g.: www.intellinet.reg/us or www.intellinet.reg/ch or www.intellinet.pro (provider)
or www.intellinet.pro/ch, and so on.
(The holder of www.intellinet.reg or .pro
would be forced by law to allow the other company the use of www.intellinet.reg/ch
or .pro/us, etc. against a fee of 35$ per year)
My oppinion: Every trademarkholder
could get a decent name by that and the rest of the internet stays liberal, because,
if he is quick, he can use www.intellinet.com or .web, .us, .ch, ... , but if he
isn't he stll gets a fair name in the trademarked area.
The distinction between
the registered area and the open one could of course be different, but as .com, etc.
is already an existing, open gtld, it would possibly confuse everybody, if it was
splitt into .ocom (open) and .rcom (restricted).
Any comments on this?