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Also, the idea of limiting
.org domains from individuals is really quite silly. I suppose Verisign hopes
individuals, unincorporated clubs, and the like will all purchase .coms instead.
All this will do is add further stress to the problem of having insufficient TLDs.
Again, ICANN, where are you? Mightn't you be better off worrying about that problem?
seems that solutions are currently being found to non-problems. The 1999 agreement
to break the exclusive fanchise of NSI has not yet been shown to be flawed and therefore
does not require remedy. So one finds oneself asking, what problem is ICANN
solving? If none why is it taking action? And that leads to further questions and
will lead to further destabilization of an organization whose authority many prominent
Internet technologists, operators, and interested parties already doubt. Good
job, ICANN. If you need some work to do, let us know. We'll come up with
something for you. But don't make it up to keep yourselves busy unless you
have a very good reason for it.