RE: [ga-icann] interesting California law to consider
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|> From: NameCritic [mailto:email@example.com]
|> Sent: Saturday, June 16, 2001 7:18 PM
|> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
|> Cc: ga - icann
|> Subject: Re: [ga-icann] interesting California law to consider
|> That's like saying that I'm stopping you from doing business because I
|> already own the property you want. A ridiculous comment. They are
|> business by not allowing ICANN to duplicate their business?
|> What color is the sky in your world Dassa.
A brighter and clearer colour than your own perhaps. ICANN is not doing
anything to stifle the business of alt.roots but they are attempting to
interfer with ICANN business.
|> ICANN is utilizing unfair business practices by taking
|> advantage of the lead they have in a particular industry to put others
|> business in order to create less competition and by claiming the ONE
|> AUTHORITATIVE ROOT and by trying to coerce others to aid them in
blocking the other
|> roots and by trying to stifle the competition from the other roots
|> less choice for consumers and not for the public good.
.biz hasn't gone out of business nor have any other alt.roots, except by
their own follies. Any alt.root is free to continue business as they see
fit. They may not be able ride on the back of the legacy root for a free
ride but that is another matter. Business is not about making it easy for
competitors. The alt.roots have a chance to establish a business and run
it. They shouldn't expect assistance from competitors.
|> Doesn't sound either nonprofit nor noble.
And the alt.roots are? I think not.
|> That is my opinion. I think I am not alone.
True, neither am I. Doesn't make either of us right. That will be decided
|> PS: It's not a good practice to post drivel on the mailing list either.
Which is why I post to counter-act the habit in others.
Darryl (Dassa) Lynch.
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