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>> However, defining the phrase "otherwise had an interest
in" >>could be misleading.. I believe the precise definition you're >>looking for
is "owned, either currently or in the past, and the >>terms under which that registration
was terminated, if applicable."
>Sounds good. With one modification...
I would remove the "if >applicable" part.
>The "If applicable" part is there
because, if the person in question
>still owns the domain, they haven't terminated
the registration, in
>which case asking for the terms under which the registration
>terminated is moot.. they still own it.
Agreed. I mistakenly applied
the "if applicable" part to the entire statement instead of the end section.
isn't always a bad thing.. If I decide to register my last
>name as a .org
(my last name has a commercial value somewhere
>between toxic waste and cow dung,
since it is fairly unusual), I
>don't really think it matters as far as being
able to be a
>representative voice.. but that information should still be
because others might disagree..
I'm a great believer
in full disclosure. As you have mentioned in another thread it's the basis
for determining a candidates ethics.