Here we go again - opposed to tiered pricing
Here we go again. It's 2006 all over again except instead of .biz and .info it's "new tlds". Putting aside the fact that new tlds are completely unnecessary especially considering that we are heading into a financial depression... Why is ICANN considering new tld contracts that allow unrestricted pricing? Does ICANN not remember that current domain registrants want no part of something that could ultimately mean much higher prices for them and even tiered pricing? I am opposed to unrestricted pricing on new tlds which could lead to the same thing in older tlds like .com, .net, .org and .biz by virtue of existing equal treatment clauses. I'm also looking forward to the Obama administration taking a good look at ICANN's practices.