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||ICANN, Big Double Standards
Stuart Lynn says:|
"New.net argues that "the market" should determine the composition and structure
of the DNS. Anyone, the argument goes, should be allowed to create a new TLD – it
will be successful only if it gains market acceptance. And if it does gain acceptance
(according to some unspecified criteria), ICANN should be obligated to enter the
new TLD into the authoritative root. This, New.net proposes, is the market-driven
solution to what it sees as the artificial shortage of TLDs. This argument rests
on two critical assumptions, the first of which is false and the second unproven."
where is ICANN's "SPECIFIED CRITERIA" for new TLD applicants? Double standards
here, and there, and everywhere.
I wonder which TLD Stuart Lynn will control once
his term with ICANN is finished?
- ICANN, Big Double Standards pilot6, July 10, 2001 @ 1:59 PM (0/0)