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RE: [wg-c] capital idea
At 09:34 PM 8/22/99 , Roeland M.J. Meyer wrote:
> > If one takes the "default yes" approach, it's worth asking
> > how changes to the SLA are made and what the leverage is against the
> > registry to agree to them.
>The same leverage that the FCC has to get changes out of their
A registry's relationship with end-users (registrants) is quite different
from the relationship a radio or tv station has with their
audience. Audiences can change channels and or bring pressure through
advertisers. A registry locks in its end-users.
Hence the systemic leverage is quite different.
> > Note, for example, how difficult it has been to get
> > changes out of
> > NSI...
>Even *you* can see that the NSI contract is quite different than what we
>are discussing here.
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