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Re: [wg-c] Proposed gTLDs: The IAHC Seven
I have absolutely no idea why you insist on beating this issue into the
ground, even to the point of posting stuff that *proves* you are wrong.
The quote below cites a *negative* decision by the POC. By all rules of
logic, you cannot move from a *negative* decision to infer anything at
all about the opposite conjecture.
As everyone except you and Ambler have continuously pointed out, CORE
did not accept money for any so-called "pre-registrations". CORE was
supposed to operate a *registry*, which was never put into operation.
The *registrars* who signed up with CORE were free to do anything that
they thought they could get away with, including accepting money from
fools for speculative purposes, much as IOD currently does. However,
IOD wants to work both sides of its street, operating as both registry
and registrar, thus trying to become yet another monopoly a-la NSI.
This thread has long since served its purpose. Higgs and Ambler are
wrong and nothing they say can make them right.
Simon Higgs writes:
> >>"There have been some suggestions that POC ban registrars from
> >>taking "pre-registrations". After carefully considering this, POC
> >>decided not to ban pre-registrations as it could not prevent other
> >>third parties (non-CORE members) from queuing registrations and
> >>submitting them through a CORE registrar. And indeed, there are
> >>many companies doing exactly this."