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||ICANN has the right to choose any GTLD's, despite any duplication with alt roots.
The solution [for duplicate TLD's] would be for the alt roots to use alt protocols
[ahttp, aftp]. The public is smart enough to deal with that. |
solution that I suggested is compromise between ICANN and alt roots New Net and Atlantic
Root, to greatly increase the number of TLD's in the USG's A-root without conflicting
with current alt root TLD's. Those suggestions are evidence that I truly am
an Internet advocate, not a mind-numbed robot fan of ICANN.
GREAT solution to Colliding .BIZ TLD's? — InternetAdvocate, May 16 @ 7:45 PM (5/7)
Likewise for Colliding Dot-Info TLD's? — InternetAdvocate, May 16 @ 8:47 PM (0/0)
A Great Compromise with New.Net and ICANN? — InternetAdvocate, May 16 @ 8:46
ICANN should recognize IOD as sole .WEB registry. — InternetAdvocate,
May 16 @ 7:47 PM (0/0)
||CONflict a Bit & Moneygrubbing a Plenty!