Re: [ga-tm] Domain Name Speech
Patrick and all,
It would seem to me that no such policy is necessary in that our
US constitution has already provided for such a situation.
Patrick Corliss wrote:
> On Sunday, September 03, 2000 2:46 PM (AEST), Joop Ternstra wrote:
> Subject: Re: [icann-candidates] Re: [ga] bodacious-tata[s].NET
> > If we look further out to the future, we can expect two broad attitudes
> > (constituencies?) to emerge, those who will want to expand the URDP into
> > more wide-ranging DN policing and those, like yourself, who will want to
> > protect freedom of speech in DN registration.
> > As more and more registrants will use the full potential of "speech" in a
> > 64 alphanumeric string, more and more names will emerge that will be
> > considered hate speech, obscene speech, political speech and other forms
> > addressing that many powers-that-be (and ordinary citizens) across
> > different languages and cultures will want banned.
> Hi Joop
> I think this contribution of yours is worth revisiting now that we have a
> mailing list dedicated to ICANN's policy in relation to the UDRP.
> Do we need to formulate a policy in relation to domain name speech?
> Patrick Corliss
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