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Re: Re[2]: [ga] Re: VeriSign Proposal a Done Deal??

In a message dated 1/5/2002 6:35:07 PM Central Standard Time, baf@fausett.com writes:

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There are no guarantees other than potential lawsuits unless someone decides they don't want their site.  

It is more like having to pay the mafia protection money for invasion of privacy.   They will even provide notification of any change on the records which would include personal addresses, phone numbers, etc.  Besides anti-trust and monopoly laws, and  invasion of privacy, it borders on conspiracy and  Interference in a business relationship laws of many states.  Wire Tap anyone ?

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