Re: [ga] FYI: General Counsel 2nd WLS analysis
Can we really legislate technology development? Or do you think a judge
Me thinks perhaps just the small "simpleton" techies in my office can route
around the problem you describe here. It seems that even as dumb as I am
"i call the systems robotics for some stupid reason" we can prevent such
problems even if they implement WLS.
Now if you are talking of a private individual user that does not
understand such things that is different.
How do we protect the truly ignorant?, and by that I mean those without
specialized knowledge that do not seek advice. I am afraid no one in this
fora has even suggested a solution to that question.
At a certain point we must go Caveat Emptor.
(to latin hesitant, buyer beware)
Hey you got a solution for my dotcommoners? Oops, we don't register names
under our own name, we go to lawyers and Doctors and Stockbrockers and ISPs
for professional services.
WLS is a red herring - the pros can beat it and amateurs have no business
(actually I am playing the role of antagonist without full conviction, my
mental jury is still out)
George Kirikos wrote:
> Comparing WLS to something like the .name optional e-mail system is a
> joke. By its very nature, WLS trumps competition. When the General
> Counsel of ICANN is engaging in this kind of "stretch" to justify WLS,
> things don't look good. Time to get the lawyers ready, methinks....
> George Kirikos
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