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Username: friedrich
Date/Time: Tue, June 5, 2001 at 7:46 AM GMT
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Subject: I wonder who could be held liable, if ...


       ... e.g. someone in the alternate dot biz root wrongfully
receives a strongly confidential information through e-mail, because
his e-mail address has been duplicated.
(The same may happen the other way round, too.)

Who could be held liable?

1. ICANN (for duplicating the root)?
2. The one with the rights of first use (being declared illegal by ICANN)?
3. The U.S. Government (not having executed its oversight role)?

Any lawyers here?


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