Re: [ga] VGRS Avoids Answers to WLS Questions
I just got done reading it myself, and agree it is an excellent
exercise in answering by not answering.
Friday, Friday, February 15, 2002, 1:04:31 PM, Harold Whiting wrote:
> Responses? Yes.
> Answers? very few.
> Are we really supposed to believe that VGRS "has no knowledge of other
> businesses that will be unable to compete if WLS is implemented"? And also
> that this "promotes innovation" by registrars?
> It seems to me that all of this "Q&A" period is just a ruse by VGRS to
> "appear" to be sensitive to comment/feedback on this. Not once in this
> document do I find any anything but denial and dismissal by VGRS of any
> concerns raised by the constituencies. The position of VGRS seems to be
> that it needs no approval by anyone, including ICANN for any of this with
> the exception of "price". I find this entire document and its lack of
> substance entirely unsatisfactory.
> At 03:20 PM 2/15/2002 -0500, Gomes, Chuck wrote:
>>VGRS' responses to questions received regarding the revised Wait Listing
>>Proposal have been posted at:
>>Vice President, Policy & Compliance
>>VeriSign Global Registry Services
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