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RE: [wg-c] Schwimmer Post From Last Week
Wrong. A for-profit registry will be committed to delivering value-add
services and maintaining its value-proposition to its customer-base. This
hell-bent-for-profit approach is a myth propogated, by you socialists, that
hasn't been applicable since the 1940's. Every for-profit that has tried it
has lost or eroded their market. Instance/Existance proofs are rampant.
Every MBA has had this drilled into their head since the 1950's.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
> Behalf Of Dave
> Sent: Wednesday, December 22, 1999 9:03 AM
> To: Milton Mueller
> Cc: Karl Auerbach; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [wg-c] Schwimmer Post From Last Week
> At 07:59 AM 12/22/1999 , Milton Mueller wrote:
> >The one entity that can be relied upon to police the
> registration policy is
> >the registry itself. If the registry has control (dare I say
> >control) over its zone files, and if it has an incentive to
> apply a specific
> >standard consistently, then it will do so. So, for example,
> the .bank idea
> Depends on the rest of the registry's balance of incentives.
> For example a for-profit registry will be highly motivated to
> seek the
> highest revenues it can achieve. That is a goal in direct
> opposition to
> careful policing.
> Dave Crocker <email@example.com>
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