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Re: [wg-c] breaking up (names) is hard to do
Excuse me, Craig, but you've got one little piece of this story wrong.
It was a lawsuit by the owner of a trademark for electric lighting that threatened to shut down the
e-mail service provider. NSI was complicit in this because of its abysmal DRP, but it adopted the DRP
to shield itself against trademark owners. Let there be no doubt about where the responsibility lies.
Craig Simon wrote:
> The legacy of the Juno issue has a lot of resonance for some people. The aol.com example may seem
> far-fetched and even ludicrous, but given a post-Juno context in which NSI continues to justify its
> (fortunately failed) attempt to take down the DNS service of a very large and well established e-mail
> provider, other "alarmist" hypotheticals deserve consideration.
> Craig Simon
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