Re: [ga-sys] the Euro v. Americas issue on privacy plus
This below stated truth is to often overlooked in discussions on privacy
issues. I await all the arguments as to why it is no solution at all.
Kent Crispin wrote:
> If you don't want those details visible, then you can contract with
> someone to register the domain for you. They then become the
> registrant/admin contact. Your identity is protected; your contract
> with them protects your rights to the domain; they provide the service
> of a legal point of contact for the registrant/admin-contact. With
> economies of scale such a service could be cheap.
> Kent Crispin "Be good, and you will be
> email@example.com lonesome." -- Mark Twain
The reason for the plus on the header was because this crosses over to the
major definition of membership qualification in the new IDNH constituency. I
believe someone who uses a proxy should still be allowed to be a member. But
I would like to here a solution to the verifiability issues first. Kent's
position on social responsibility increases in importance when you now include
being able to participate in *governance*.
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