Re: [ga-sys] Providing a "Nominee" Service
Should a person have to pay to protect their privacy? That is a great
question. Let me suggest a dot commoner response: those who can not afford to
pay do not care. Hey man people without credit and with no money do not get
spammed or Junk mail or phone calls during dinner. Interesting truth too often
over looked is that folks with out money are not bothered by this issue.
But they still have rights and need to be represnted by a users Constituency
Patrick Corliss wrote:
You have already indicated the other problem. Why should a person have
> to go to that additional expense and inconvenience just to protect their
> privacy? In a modern society like ours, there should be enough respect for
> the consumer to require that only information necessary for the effective
> functioning of the internet be mandatory.
> All other data should be discretionary i.e. "opt in".
> I don't see the problem except the minimal cost in registration and the loss
> of value -- to Registrars -- of the whois data. As long as it is "across
> board" for all registrars, they could just adjust their prices a fraction.
> Best regards
> Patrick Corliss
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