Re: [ga] root vs roots - the false but usefull confusion
Why isn't all this, and others like it, in ga-roots?
And what on earth is a "owner-ga-full?"
> |> -----Original Message-----
> |> From: firstname.lastname@example.org On Behalf Of Jefsey Morfin
> |> Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2001 9:15 PM
> |> To: email@example.com
> |> Subject: [ga] root vs roots - the false but usefull confusion
> |> It is not the root of the iCANN: the iCANN has deliberately
> |> chosen to have its mini-root (authoritative on its TLDs] being only a
> part of
> |> the full and unique root.
> As ICANN has the major share of the name space the above is a little
> There has been a bit of discussion on ICANN using US law to control other
> roots, mainly in the form of making it illegal for ISP's in the US to use
> them. This has been touted as not being possible.
> Has anyone given any thought to other legal means ICANN has at its
> disposal? I would think that ICANN would be able to swing contractual
> arrangements to control access to the legacy root. Whereby anyone who uses
> the legacy root is under a contractual obligation to acknowledge it as the
> authoritive unique root and to not use the legacy root simultaneously with
> another root. They could also knobble the other roots use of the legacy
> root in the same manner. Unless there is a contact authorising access to
> the legacy root, access is unauthorised and illegal.
> ISP's would be free to use any root they choose, but to use the legacy root
> they would be obligated to only use it.
> To me, this would allow ICANN to give the legacy root the authority that
> people are saying it lacks.
> Just a late night thought.
> Darryl (Dassa) Lynch.
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