Re: Re: [ga] Re: [centr-ga] Re: [nc-deletes] FW: [council] Concerns Regarding Report of DeletesTask Force
- To: Eric Dierker <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: Re: [ga] Re: [centr-ga] Re: [nc-deletes] FW: [council] Concerns Regarding Report of DeletesTask Force
- From: "Dr Eberhard W. Lisse" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2003 22:24:24 +0100
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I am only a simple Obstetrician and Gyaecologist, but it appears to me
that we actually don't know what a domain name is (legally).
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In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Eric Dierker
> What you have written here suggests that the registrar owns a domain name as
> something seperate from an IP address. I find this illusive if not down
> right wrong.
> However in the current state of rules, I cannot show otherwise.
> As a consultant advisor to a contractor registrar I still cannot tell with
> certainty what property rights are owned in a domain name regitration.
> Litigation is like art, it reflects life it does not control it.
> Even outstanding precedence can be altered by developments and new customs
> and dealings in trade and practices. Pondits and talking heads should be
> wise to not set rules in their writings but only reflect rules of order.
> > <John Berryhill wrote>
> > The comments are worth considering for a few days, but certainly would
> > have been more helpful if they were submitted during the comment
> > period.
> > There is one error where the comments are seriously misguided, however,
> > and that relates to expiration of a domain name during litigation.
> > To understand this central flaw in much of the comments, one must
> > remember what a domain name is.
> > A domain name is the incident of a contract between the registrar and
> > the registrant.