It goes like this?
So let me get this right. My mother buys a name like sewing.org five years ago. She builds a little business selling sewing supplies that makes $5,000 per year. Then one year she gets a renewal invoice from the Registry for $4,000 because they have deemed it a valuable name. It is about that simple. This "pricing" ship has already sailed. If you wanted pricing structures like this you needed to do them out of the gate. However, they are not good for the internet anyway. This fits right in with the principles of net neutrality. You can't let big companies control net access and you can't let the Registry control variable domain name pricing for very practical reasons like the sewing.org example and for others like this: What if the CEO of a registry is all against gun control. Could he not decide to send guncontrol.org a bigger bill than nra.org and just claim it was a more valuable name. Think it could not happen? Just look around you at the things people do every day that you would not expect them to do. Icann you are sticking your foot in it again?For your own sake stay away from this one. It is 10,000 lawsuits in the making?. Eric Rice ericrice3@xxxxxxxxxxx PH: 443-421-0000