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Re: Re[2]: [ga-roots] Re: Criminalization of alt roots

And like ICANN, you are saying the same thing - that the DNS is 
separate name spaces and no one has to be concerned with duplication 
in other roots.  Time will show that to be untrue.

On 2 May 2001, at 14:34, William X. Walsh wrote:

> Hello L,
> Wednesday, May 02, 2001, 10:08:27 AM, L Gallegos wrote:
> > The short answer to "why ARNI lost its "property" so easily" is that 
> > ICANN does not recognize our registry as legitimate if outside their 
> > framework.  Therefore, they simply "took" the TLD to offer it to a 
> > competitor for a $50,000 application fee.
> No.
> They didn't say anything about it's legitimacy.  They just recognize
> that it is outside of the scope of what ICANN should concern itself
> with.  They didn't take anything, as the .biz TLD run by ARNI can
> still exist in the root server networks it exists in today.
> The root systems are entirely independent of each other, and there is
> nothing which would require or mandate (or should for that matter)
> that they must coordinate or recognize each other's TLDs.
> This entire subject is really that simple.
> We really didn't need a new mailing list to realize that.
> -- 
> Best regards,
> William X Walsh
> mailto:william@userfriendly.com
> Owner, Userfriendly.com
> Userfriendly.com Domains
> The most advanced domain lookup tool on the net

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