Re: [ga] "whois" survey
I concur and move that the bias expressed in the survey's introductory
paragraph piece should be ammended to remove blatant discrimination against
I am also still waiting for an answer to my previous question. If I have
registered different names for different purposes, (commercial, personal,
non-rpofit), do I fill out the survey for each, using different email
Which begs another question. If the survey receives 1000 responses. Could
all these have been filled in by the same person with that number of domain
names and associated email accounts?
on 6/15/01 9:23 PM, Joop Teernstra at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> An example of the bias from the survey introductory text:
> "Names are also are registered by individuals who are holding names to
> resell, or possibly use in the future. It is the disclosure of data about
> individuals' registrations that has raised privacy issues."
> No mention is made of the common occurrence of registration for actual
> personal use in the present.
> Example of the restriction in choice:
> What was the general purpose of your registration:
> d.noncommercial organization
> There is no possibility to tick more than one choice, while DNames could
> have been registered for any or all of these purposes.
> Perhaps the survey can be adapted to correct these obvious shortcomings?
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