Stop This Madness! NSI has been accused of domain name hoarding. Did the world forget?
are extremely serious charges that are before the courts and remain unsettled.
of the domain name database is a lucrative business, a privilege and a huge responsibility.
ICANN must not be fooled into considering NSI as the eternal keeper of the COMs,
but instead should determine, through the judiciary system, whether or not NSI is
competent to continue control of any TLD at all. This is about Integrity, Honor and
We deserve answers. I say, "NO NSI" until the courts rule on the domain
name hoarding charges.
I urge all ICANN 'At Large' members and all concerned Netizens
to look at this and BE HEARD. Get more information, supporting news links about these
charges and my personal experience here: http://www.domainduck.com/html/nonsi/html/nonsiabout.htm.
60-85 (?) days after a domain name expires, it belongs to the world. All people in
all countries have a right to it immediately. If NSI is holding expired domain names
for resale, doing dubious domain deals, selling personal domain name information,
or engaged in any other venture that violates their contractual commitment to the
Internet at large, I no longer want them to handle this information. No further contracts
should be renewed with NSI until they receive a clean slate based upon their performance
over the past 5-10 years.
Everyone, everyone answers to someone and NSI answers
to us, the Internet of today and moreover, the Internet of tomorrow. Stop this action
before NSI gains a hold on your future that is so tight you'll look back in history
and remember the day when you actually had a chance to fight them and blew it off.
Does Not 'Own' expired Domain Names and NSI Does Not 'Own' the Domain Name Database.
Is Enough! "NO NSI"