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Username: InternetAdvocate
Date/Time: Thu, June 14, 2001 at 1:26 AM GMT
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Subject: I never said alt roots should be illegal. But they have no right to be in the Internet's MAIN root.


I never said alt roots should be illegal. But alt roots have zero right to be included in the Internet's FIRST AND MAIN root.

The alt roots could use alt protocols [ahttp, aftp] to avoid the affect of colliding TLD's, just as other countries' telephone systems don't conflict with the USA system of ten-digit numbers despite many having numbers of differing length.

BTW, I earlier posted a great compromise between ICANN and the alt roots, but ICANN is not interested.


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