[wildcard-comments] Will Verisign be expected to show the results of their comments form?
A page hosted by Verisign (http://www.sitefinderinfo.com/) contains a form that is suspiciously labelled "Have You Had a Positive Experience with Site Finder? Give us your feedback." I suspect that they will tell the world that they received 450,000 "positive" comments, choosing to simply count the comments submitted from this "positive experience" form, rather than read the (undoubtedly mostly negative) content. I chose not to submit a comment via this form, for fear that they would count me as a positive vote. I asked them (at sitefinder@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) if they would be revealing the comments publicly, and they replied: "The information gathered from the survey is being used internally to improve the Sitefinder service. At this time, we are not planning to make the information public." I would think this would be useful information to ICANN in deciding if SiteFinder can be allowed to return. Perhaps ICANN could pressure Verisign to reveal the contents of this survey, at least privately to ICANN representatives. Dave Oatley _______________________________________________ No banners. No pop-ups. No kidding. Introducing My Way - http://www.myway.com