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Re: [discuss] FW: Re: S. 705

At 23:10 23/06/1999 -0700, Kent Crispin wrote:
>On Thu, Jun 24, 1999 at 02:44:29PM +1200, Joop Teernstra wrote:
>> We have heard some arguments against. (1.Individuals who do not want to be
>> classified, cannot be a group. 2. Individuals will get their representation
>> in the AL membership ) The fact that these Individuals own Domain Names
>> refutes both these arguments.
>No, it doesn't.  In fact, it is an almost completely orthogonal point.


1. Individuals who do not want to be classified as either commercial or
non-commercial, are still grouping themselves together as Domain Name
owners with specific interests.
2. Individuals who are represented in the AL membership are not necessarily
Domain Name owners. The DNSO is for DN holders, because they are
stakeholders in the DNS. 

What's "almost completely orthogonal" about that?

Now can we hear better argument? Pro or anti?

--Joop Teernstra LL.M.--  , bootstrap  of
the Cyberspace Association,
the constituency for Individual Domain Name Owners