Re: [ga] Time to regulate the Re-Sellers
This is a good point and one that lays at the core of any regulation and
perhaps more so in this situation.
Blanket rules do not cover every circumstance. Contract provisions do not
anticipate every contingency.
Protocols are essential but must have some elasticity, and the same is true
Innovation, even of a criminal sort, provides for constant testing and
Theoretically a private group not as hampered with bureaucracy should be able
to more swiftly adapt guidelines to meet with new threats to stability. This
group must be both a professional association and a forum for public input.
By established world treaties, it would appear that the group should be open
So it would seem that we in this forum should concentrate more on the
regulators than the regulations, although both are equally important.
William X Walsh wrote:
> Tuesday, Tuesday, April 09, 2002, 8:26:45 PM, Marc Schneiders wrote:
> > Why are there ICANN accredited registars? Does this mere fact not make
> > ICANN a bit responsible for what those registrars do? After all, it is a
> > regulated market...
> Only to a limited degree. Limited regulation doesn't give them carte
> blanch to make them do whatever they demand.
> Best regards,
> William X Walsh <email@example.com>
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