Opposed to variable pricing language.
I am concerned with the following language: "ICANN shall not apply standards, policies, procedures or practices arbitrarily, unjustifiably, or inequitably and shall not single out Registry Operator for disparate treatment unless justified by substantial and reasonable cause." This could lead to existing gTLD operators such as VeriSign petitioning to get the same treatment as new gTLDs in regards to not having a pricing cap. This could open up the door to variable pricing, whereby registrants of popular and/or high-earning domains would have to pay more for the same service, simply because they can afford it. Michael Sumner DN Media Corporation http://www.dnmedia.com