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||The Alt Roots caused the INSTABILITY the day they infringed on the DOC's turf.
The USA government invented the internet. The USA's DOC designated ICANN with
authority over TLD's.|
The alt roots have NO RIGHT to have their TLD's in the MAIN
However, my suggested compromises [posted earlier] would solve the colliding
TLD problem to the benefit of the internet users.
I suggested some compromises
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.
But ICANN & the alt roots are too greedy or too stupid
to implement [or even discuss] those ideas.