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Please make domain registration public again.

  • To: comments-ppsai-initial-05may15@xxxxxxxxx
  • Subject: Please make domain registration public again.
  • From: j.j.swarm@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2015 17:45:40 -0400

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</head> <body data-blackberry-caret-color="#00a8df" style=""><div>‎Dear sir or 
madam,</div><div><span>There has been some discussion around the 'net that 
ICANN may weaken proxy registrar's ability to hide‎ the true owners of top 
level domains. PLEASE MAKE THIS HAPPEN. The whois system has been crippled in 
the last decade due almost entirely to proxy registrar systems. I am no longer 
able to count on a standardized technology to get the information I might want 
or need. </span></div><div><span>Somehow, it seems that this has become a PR 
nightmare for ICANN. I cannot blame the body for failing to educate those who 
wish to register‎ TLD's: the proxy registrar companies who directly sell their 
services to these individuals have a responsibility to inform their customers 
of the responsibilities of TLD ownership. They have failed in that regard, and 
the backlash online, in my opinion, is due to ignorance on the part of those 
opposed to the new, stricter registration guidelines.</span></div><div><span>I 
hope that you are able to enact the proposed policy, and that you are able to 
bring some level of educational guidance on this 

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