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The explanation of
what is to occur with whom and for how long is clearly spelled out, yet the justification
for what specific problems or abuses exist within the .org TLD that demand such a
drastic policy change is conspicuously absent.
Is the stampede of individuals who
have legitimately registered and created their own content without the benefit of
incorporation infringing on the rights of "legitimate" NPO's who are shut out of
their own registered names? Is this of such a scale that the reclamation of
the entire TLD is the only solution? If so, why has this proposal not been
issued for .com's, which clearly have been the target of far more rampant abuse,
and declare the domain squatting resolution process, which already prevents legitimate
victims of such abuse, ineffective for .org's?
This reeks of either incompetence
or collusion, and I am undecided which of the two worries me more. .ORG's are
already legitimate...this agreement is the bastardization...a solution to a problem
that does not need to be fixed.
Don't tell me this is a positive change.
Convince me. Otherwise this is just another idiotic change...for change's sake.