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Username: amber
Date/Time: Wed, March 21, 2001 at 6:42 PM GMT
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Subject: Verisign/NSI


        It seems there is a mountain of evidence to prove that Verisign has not been acting in good faith in maintaining the registry since the market has become competitive. Although both the internet and its community of users have grown and changed dramatically over the past several years, Verisign has not. They are completely oblivious to the needs of the internet community and have made no attempt to streamline or innovate the processes of registering, transferring and modifying domain names. They fail to cooperate with other registrars and often take upwards of 6 months to clear the registry of expired domains. As it stands, the domain registry infrastructure is so cluttered with red-tape, confusion and archaic protocols that it is inaccessible to the average internet user. If Verisign is allowed to maintain their monopoly, we can only look forward to more of the same.       


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