Re: [ga] RE: Further Thoughts on Deleted Names, with some SnapNames stats
George and all assembly members,
Another good point here George! Well done!
Another problem I see is how this WLS proposal could be manipulated
by the registry (Verisign in this instance), so that preferred customers
may get a better position in the queue for newly expired names and there
is no way to check if that is occurring presently that is open to the
George Kirikos wrote:
> --- "Gomes, Chuck" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > George,
> > VeriSign profit is totally irrelevant as to the competitive market.
> > Please help me understand what is noncompetitive? Every registrar
> > would
> > have equal opportunity to participate or not participate, their
> > individual choice. It is your perogorative to be opposed to VeriSign
> > Registry making a profit, but please don't use that as an argument
> > related to competitiveness.
> I'm not opposed to Verisign registrar making a profit, if it offered a
> Drop Service that operated at the registrar level, similar to existing
> market participants such as Snapnames, eNom, NameWinner, etc. (I've
> sent a list in a prior message). My problem is leveraging the monopoly
> power of the registry, to enter a "new business", which puts existing
> market participants out of business (surely all existing market
> participants would not be able to continue in their business with the
> proposed regime, but would be forced to only resell WLS subscriptions,
> or exit the business entirely. That's anti-competitive, and removes
> opportunities for innovation.
> George Kirikos
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