Re: [ga] OECD vs ICANN, re: WHOIS accuracy
Somebody clue me in here. I have run all this Whois stuff through
that are more technically inclined than I, and I just get laughed at.
The only issues involved in whois is privacy versus IP interests and
Like Joe says "a few years ago".
All debates in the technical area of Whois are red herrings.
Individual rights versus corporations is the only issue.
Joe Baptista wrote:
> On Sun, 7 Jul 2002, Karl Auerbach wrote:
> > I have heard that the author of the quoted paragraph was the originator of
> > the rather good idea that each zone should have a well known TXT record
> > containing highly stylized whois information - in other words, each
> > domain name operator becomes his/her own whois publisher without the need
> > for a central repository.
> We already do this in the inclusive namespace. I established a few years
> back a tldtag system which uses TXT records to provide whois information
> for top level domains.
> joe baptista
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