Re: [ga] YesNIC hoarding joesworld.com
Vittorio and all assembly members,
No kidding Vittorio! This has only been hashed and re-hashed
along the lines that John states below as well as the privacy issues
with Whois for about 2 years now. Where have you been Vittorio?
Vittorio Bertola wrote:
> Well - if this, as it seems, is really a bug about the WHOIS clauses
> in the Registrar Agreement, I think the WHOIS Task Force should
> definitely propose a patch to it in its final report.
> On Fri, 6 Sep 2002 21:46:35 -0400, you wrote:
> >> John Berryhill writes:
> >> "But that's the beauty of the game, Ross."
> >> This would seem to suggest that the creation of an abundant number of
> >> distinct accredited parties to compete for the artificially limited number
> >> of second level domains was for the purpose of speculation.
> >It was merely a reflection of my unending wonder at human creativity. Given
> >a piece of sloppy contract drafting, it is amazing what people can come up
> >with. But, maybe I'm wrong, maybe someone slipped that odd "active"
> >limitation on domain names for which whois data is required, for some other
> >reason not immediately apparent.
> >One can marvel at the beauty of an ant, but it is still an icky bug.
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