Re: [ga] HOW MUCH
You have many good points here so lets keep one matter straight. Having a
variable costing structure depending on conditions subsequent is not out of line
with normal business practice.
But, having a variable between two parties which can put other parties out of
business is generally an anti-trust matter. Having one that compels other
parties to follow the terms in the bilateral agreement is restraint of trade.
Of course this is not a legal opinion just one I opined from some novels I read.
Jefsey Morfin wrote:
> It is surprising. This GA counts many good English reading people,
> accountant and lawyers.
> Yet no one seems to be able to tell from the gTLD countrats (.biz, info,
> - here is the minimum yearly return to the iCANN
> - here is the return on 1st, 2nd... year when x, y,z DN have been registered
> - here is the maximum return per DN per year
> Just a nice (Excell) table or a curve?
> Also to understand the same about the VeriSign gTLD and how iCANN and
> VerSign may change the value of the DNs and Registrars Margins. I suppose
> Ben Elderman would enjoy making a study on that.
> I would also be interested in understanding how this compares with New.net
> and with ccTLDs and how a competitive action could be used to block their
> development (after all a smart ccTLD Manager is real competition to the
> iCANN/VerSign duopoly) IMHO it is of importance to everyone to understand
> the economics and the risk for some in that international DN Business.
> PS. One actually ran a review. But his results are too surprizing for
> needing to be checked and cross checked.
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