I am not happy with the "Site Finder" service that
VeriSign is forcing upon the Internet community.
I am more than content to see a white error page
when I type a wrong address into my browser. I do not need assistance with
searching the Web and I don't need marketing suggestions for related sites and
Far more serious is VeriSign's terms and conditions
and privacy statement. I have no choice but to wind up at their site if I
enter a bad URL. Upon arriving at Site Finder I am apparently bound by
their terms and conditions and privacy statement. Note:
* Upon reaching Site Finder I am
suppsedly bound by their terms and conditions.
* VeriSign provides no way to "opt-out" of their Site
* VeriSign provides no means of contacting them.
In other words, by entering Site Finder I am being held subject to their
terms and conditions and a privacy statment even though I did not wish to visit
Site Finder in the first place!
This is irresponsible, it is ludicrous, and it is a violation of the trust
placed with VeriSign.
I would like to see them removed from ICANN's list of approved domain
registrars immediately. The offical(s) at their company that authorized
this travesty should be fired and/or jailed.
This is a flagrant abuse of a monopoly. If ICANN can't get VeriSign
under their control then ICANN will have proven itself to be irrelevant and
Harsh words? Yes. Do something while you still