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[ga-sys] Disclosure of Critical Private Information

Hi William

As an OpenSRS reseller, would it be possible for you to bring us up-to-date
on their recent initiative in relation to the WHOIS?  This sppears to have
been a good move in the right direction ansd I wonder what has happened

Thank you
Patrick Corliss

April 5, 2001 | InternetNews - Business News Archives
ICANN Pressed to Reform Outdated WHOIS Policy
By Brian McWilliams and Bob Liu


In an attempt to reform outdated policies governing the use of a registrar's
WHOIS database, Tucows Inc. of Canada is spearheading an effort to force the
Internet Corporate for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to protect domain
name registrants, which must publicly disclose critical private information.

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