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Username: Garry Anderson
Date/Time: Tue, March 27, 2001 at 11:35 PM GMT
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Subject: UK supports agreement - satire (it's a joke)


This is written in the style of those who do not have a clue what they are supporting - IMO

Usual sycophantic obsequious dribble:
We at want to express everyone’s support for the agreement between ICANN and VeriSign. This is on behalf of all UK citizens, all 60 million of us, also people here on holiday, illegal immigrants and newborn babies (who have yet to see a computer). Had we contacted them, we are certain they would support the agreement.

Usual propaganda and spin:
VeriSign now only has 40 percent of new registrations on the .com, .org, and .net. With 90 to 150 new registrars, for a fair share, on a level playing field, they should only be getting 1 percent - so they are doing very well. It is not as though VeriSign will not be paying for its dominant position; $200 million is a lot of money.

Usual false analysis:
ICANN permits new organizations to act as both registry and registrar, therefore with largest customer base in most prominent and sought after TLD, so should VeriSign. They should be allowed to continue making excessive high profits from us.

Forward ever forward,

Garry D Anderson
The number 1 UK Organization -    



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