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RE: [registrars] WG-B Idea - Thumbs up or Thumbs down
Thanks for your note. A waiting period of any length of time invites
frivolous litigation and will have a chilling effect on domain name usage
and purchase. Also, unlike the sunrise period, it is continual, and there
would be no getting back to "business as usual." It is, in effect, a new
layer of bureaucracy, and an expensive and litigious one at that.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On
> Behalf Of Michael D. Palage
> Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2000 12:23 AM
> To: Registrars@Dnso.Org
> Subject: [registrars] WG-B Idea - Thumbs up or Thumbs down
> Sorry for my quietness of late but I have been in Colorado at the
> International Trademark Association. I have been pleasantly
> surprised by the
> number of ICANN registrars that have been in attendance. I almost
> feel like
> I am at an ICANN meeting.
> In light of the discussions last week about new ideas in additional to the
> two Sunrise Proposals (all trademarks v.s. famous trademark list) I have
> been talking to the registrars in attendance about other potential
> solutions. One of the ideas that surfaced is the following. A 30
> day waiting
> period after a domain name is registered before it is activated. Therefore
> there is no need for lists or sunrise periods.
> I know this idea has been discussed in the past, however, I believe it is
> important to leave no stone unturned and consider this proposal
> in light of
> what is currently transpiring.
> Yea or Nay?
> P.S. For those that have advocated the creation of a famous marks list,
> based upon what I have heard in the rumor mill among the trademark types,
> the creation of such a list in the near foreseeable future (1-2
> years) would
> be highly unlikely.