Re: [ga] Re: Request for a Working Group
That's easy: they choose carefully where to register. Either they trust
the registrar and its reputation, or they register close to home, where
it's easier to get the legal process in action....or they use a register
in a jurisdiction with good consumer law.
The contract mechanism is only a good means of protecting consumers if
they get to bargain for it. They don't, so it isn't.
On Wed, 27 Mar 2002, Joop Teernstra wrote:
> At 16:24 26/03/02 -0500, Michael Froomkin - U.Miami School of Law wrote:
> >I don't think the US should set world consumer law. Nor should ICANN.
> Michael, such a broad statement is easy to agree with.
> But, since the actions of registrars are global and national laws are
> inadequate to deal with them, how do registrants get their protection?
> Isn't the contract mechanism the only way of quick and effective
> enforcement of regulated behavior?
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