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Username: Garry Anderson
Date/Time: Sat, March 17, 2001 at 11:06 AM GMT
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Subject: We Both Did ;-)


Applying the same rules to .net and .com owners is what ICANN want.

It would give them a chance to deal out domains to their friends in big business. They act like a power mad dictatorship.

As far as permits etc. are concerned. Domains were given on a first come, first served basis. It gave normal people a chance to own a piece of cyberspace. To change the rules now would be most unjust.

I agree - we should have some restricted TLDs - zoning as you call it.

YES to new restricted TLDs - Y-E-S. NEW ones.

But 30 million TLD are possible at the moment.

Is that not stupid that each one need be a zone?

Do you want each new TLD introduced to be a RESTRICTED zone?

They allowed domains issued in all TLD - without restriction or complaint (getting their friends NSI / VeriSign lots of money). Do you not think they act in VERY bad faith, when they steal them off us?


Domains are but grains of sand, in a desert stretching into infinity.

How can someone holding a few grains of sand be called a squatter?

ICANN just give us a kiddies bucket of sand to play with.


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