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Re: [wg-c] breaking up (names) is hard to do
> The question is not whether it is possible to deal with this but whether a
> registry is able (and therefore likely) to take advantage of the burden
> this would place on a registry's customer. In other words, will a
> be inclined to give worse service and/or charge higher fees because it
> knows that its customer would incur considerable cost and disruption if it
> changed domain names?
The contractually bind a registry from price gouging and stipulate
minimum levels of service.
> The answer, of course, is yes. In particular, for-profit companies use
> whatever leverage they have over their customers.
Remind me never to take you to a baseball game - you'd root for the