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[ga-full] Re: [ga] History & current events - RFC1591 and measuring consen
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On 07-Apr-2000 John Palmer wrote:
>> Simon and all assembly members,
>> In essence Simon is on the right track here. RFC 1591 was are really
>> remains the model if you will for adding additional TLD's. Is there
>> some need for modifying RFC1591? Yes, possibly there is. But,
>> first come first serve is the rule, and applications for adding new TLD's
>> have already been taken. To change that at this juncture would likely
>> invite a series of law suits that I am sure ICANN would find it very
>> difficult to defend against, and financially unsound as a strategy as well
>> unless I miss my guess....
> I can make the formal legal announcement that should ICANN or anyone else
> try to steal EARTH, USA or Z, we will immediately file suit against them.
> We (ADNS) own the top level domains EARTH, USA and Z
You own then in your nameserver. That doesn't give you any right to them in
the real internet nameservers.
Do whatever you want with your own nameservers, your playground is your
William X. Walsh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
GPG/PGP Key at http://userfriendly.com/wwalsh.gpg
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