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||Fri, June 1, 2001 at 8:45 PM GMT
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||ICANN vs. New.net
ICANN has made a unexcusable mistake, when they selected|
biz as a new gtld. This was not done without any public
interference, it was
done neglecting all public interference that
occured. You may want to check the
"Unlike the organization that hosts this public forum new.net
only is after a quick buck"
... well, well and why did ICANN agree to
the new contract with Verisign,
which allows them to keep their monopoly in dot
com? Isn't Verisign
going to pay ICANN "some bucks" and continuing to intensely
Do these "bucks" have a different smell?
"[...] and does
so by disrespecting rules that have been formed in
mostly very time consuming
processes of which some with the same
amount of "wories" and "trouble" as the
currect extension of TLD's."
... as ICANN does, creating a collision in the tld
New.net isn't a governing body like ICANN, so I can understand their
point of view. But ICANN should definitely start reading the comments
their fora and use a dictionary to make sure we are all talking
about the same
thing, when using terms like "bottom up process"
we are not yet talking about religion when talking about
ICANN. I don't want
to become banned for blasphemy ... (yes, this
comes close to sarcasm. Sorry.)