Re: [ga] WLS Suggestion
Can someone tell me that we cannot beat the system by routing around it?
Karl's' deregulation is presumptively correct unless we cannot beat it with
I just can't hear anyone who works in the biz of these systems arguing that it
will really block technical expertise.
On the policy of theft which is rampant at this time that is another matter.
And if voting against WLS will help fight that theft prevention then good.
Nobody seems to have actually concluded these factors for sure one way or the
Karl Auerbach wrote:
> On Thu, 22 Aug 2002, George Kirikos wrote:
> I'm responding to you and the other e-mails I've receives so far:
> You present strong arguments why I ought to vote against WLS, and I too
> do not like it. Nor do I like the way that those who have names
> registered in .com will, once again, have significant changes imposed upon
> their domain name relationships (I am intentionally using words that
> extend beyond the existance of the mere registration contract) without
> their consent - particularly without them having a meaningful role in the
> body, ICANN, that is governing those relationships.
> However, I do not like the intense regulatory system that ICANN has become
> - at some point ICANN has to step back and get out of the way. I disagree
> somewhat with P.D. Thrush's point that the regulation has to occur
> somewhere - to me that begs the question regarding whether regulation of
> certain matters is necessary at all.)
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