Re: [ga] "as is the case in some locations outside of the United States"
I believe that you are seeing the ICANN community address the problem.
DNSGA President and Chairman
Marc Schneiders wrote:
> "As a consequence, we believe that it is now time for the ICANN
> community to address this problem..."
> "Accordingly, until ICANN has developed new mandatory customer
> safeguards from improper transfers, the VeriSign Registrar will
> operate under a new set of interim transfer practices..."
> "Under the new interim practices, the VeriSign Registrar will enter
> into new Registrar-to-Registrar Transfer Agreements with other
> ICANN-accredited registrars who mutually maintain..."
> "The ICANN community" = VeriSign and the registrars that work with it?
> "Any gaining registrar participating in these mutual agreements who do
> not wish to have their proposed transfers autoACK'd by the losing
> registrar must agree that it will provide, within five days
> of a request from a losing registrar, a notarized statement from the
> registrant involved corroborating the registrant's desire to transfer
> (failure to do so voids the transfer.) If the registrant is in a
> location where there are no notary public services available, as is
> the case in some locations outside of the United States, ..."
> Maybe those outside the US are getting fed up with this CARTEL
> (sanctioned by the US Government until this very day), if only for
> practical reasons?
> This is a warning, not a threat at all. You do not want the European
> Union to get interested in this. Really. You over there in the US, do
> something about this before some member of the European Parliament
> wakes up. Please?
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