I can hardly believe that you are actually considering returning .ORG to its "originally
intended" purpose when the originally intended purpose was abandoned perhaps a decade
ago. There are currently 2,622,794 .ORG domain names registered. LEAVE .ORG ALONE!!
.ORG has taken on a life and meaning of it's own in response to the .COM monopoly/cartel.
from scratch and do it right this time by using another TLD such as .NPO for (Non-Profit
Organization) or simply .NP
I can only imagine that the meaning of "return
.ORG to it's originally intended purpose" means taking .org domains away from millions
of owners who do not qualify for 501c status.
Do you realize the costs that will
be inflicted upon these entities? Do you care? After all, many were forced to purchase
.ORG domains because of the artificial scarcity inflicted by the current .COM cartel/monopoly
Many of these organizations have struggled to build brand awareness
around a .ORG domain name over the years. I can hardly believe that not a single
person at ICANN is considering the results of these actions. I see no reference to
the rights of existing .ORG domain name owners.
ICANN voiced concerns about .WEB
confusing users as well as issues of internet stability and usability during the
TLD application process, yet taking away domain names from millions of organizations
who don't qualify as 501c years after they have registered their .org domain is considered
a feasible option?
I'm posting this with the smallest shred of hope that I have
completely misread or misunderstood the documentation and the meaning between the