RE: Re: [ga-sys] Registrants Charter - FREEDOMS - Part 1
William, is not a marketer. He doesn't appreciate the proactive role of a
commerce site. He would call it "coddeling". However, "coddeling" is what we
do, if we want consumer business. They with the most "warm fuzzies", win
<grin>. Prevention, of the sort that you suggest, would have prevented a lot
of the current hew and cry wrt privacy. However, it is the responsibility of
the registrars to do this, not the law and not the ICANN. I would agree that
it is good business practice to do so.
> From: NameCritic [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, May 17, 2001 1:54 PM
> AGAIN, you miss my point. Why is this so difficult. Having
> the options and
> KNOWING about the options are two very different things. My
> suggestion AGAIN
> is that Registrars or a third party be charged with making sure every
> Registrant of a Domain Name knows their rights and options regarding a
> domain name. Why is it you and ICANN both seem to resist any effort at
> creating a more informed public?
> Chris McElroy aka NameCritic
> From: "William X. Walsh" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Thursday, May 17, 2001 1:48 PM
> > Hello NameCritic,
> > Thursday, May 17, 2001, 1:38:43 PM, NameCritic wrote:
> > > Not every website is a business. Need to realize that and
> keep it in
> > > when discussing privacy. And as I said I prefer my info
> listed, but
> > > those who don't wish their's displayed. The options
> should be offered to
> > > every registrant of a domain name.
> > And I said that :
> > > You can always use one of those anonymous third level domain
> > > registries.
> > You responded that it was impractical to expect businesses
> to do that.
> > For non-businesses, the options already discussed are available to
> > them.
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