[ga-roots] nuclear arsenal used?
As .cx seems to have vanished from the net, I am wondering if anyone knows
Australia was claiming to ICANN that it should have control, and Christmas
Island was disputing this.
now it seems to be gone and I can not find any news on this, I thought I
had a safe domain until at least 2005 now it looks like I got nuked along
with all other .cx'ers
If anyone knows what is happening that would be great, is their a TLD that
> -----Original Message-----
> From: JIM R FLEMING [SMTP:JimFleming@prodigy.net]
> Sent: Friday, June 15, 2001 10:30 AM
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> Cc: council@dnso. org
> Subject: [ga-roots] Virgin Island's Peter de Blanc...."using the
> nuclear arsenal" ??
> "The managers, who represent the .de, .uk etc domains, unanimously voted
> to look at three alternatives to ICANN's current proposals for managing
> codes. And one of those options involves, as the Virgin Island's Peter de
> put it last week, "using the nuclear arsenal", and taking several million
> current, and
> several billion potential Internet users out of today's DNS system."
> Why not just focus on getting servers and services working ?
> This is not "rocket science". Anyone can watch or participate.
> Jim Fleming
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