Re: [ga] First Draft of "Letter from Registrars Constituency to Stuart Lynn"
> At the risk of drawing flack and flame mail, my own view is that it would
> be worth considering the creation of a Consumer/Registrant Protection
> Constituency - rather than an individuals constituency. While, in a sense
> this is just a change of name, it also provides a much needed point of
> focus - with the result that attention is shifted from the constituency
> membership to to purpose of the constituency. By emphasising the purpose,
> it would be much easier to seek the funding required to support such a
> constituency from potential donors (such as industry, government or other
> public interest or consumer protection organisations) and clarify
> membership benefits.
This idea has possibilities. Methinks there are some merits to this
proposition. Perhaps we can develop this in more detail? As there would need
to be a definition of the position of consumers/regitrants, which your proposed
CRPC would be advocating, would it not be wise to finally include a discussion
on the definition of domain names in the new weltanschauung?
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