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Just because Verisign no longer
owns the market does not address the issue of the healthy competition. In your
brief I see no information detailing the sales of Verisign's competition other than
how many they number. 90 is a nice number but if they each one of these "competitor's"
posses between 1% and .5% of the market, then it's clear (to me anyway) that ICANN
should not alter the original agreement. Only if proof can be provided showing
companies that are ready to compete should ICANN even give this a second thought.
Are there numbers that show upcoming competition?
Are they companies that have the ability to fairly compete with
Verisign? Isn't that why the ICANN introduced
this agreement in the first place?