Re: [ga] Bulk WHOIS Data Issue
Sunday, Sunday, April 21, 2002, 5:03:34 PM, John Berryhill wrote:
>> One of the other "costs" of making the WHOIS completely private is what
>> happens when folks want to do a transfer? A registrar like OpenSRS,
>> wanting to initiate a transfer of a name currently at Network Solutions
>> would typically send an email to the admin contact for verification.
> That's not how it works in reality, since NSI sends the acknowledgment
> message from their end. But, yes, there are something like 150 registrars.
> Obviously, since it is impossible to work out a way for these 150 entities
> to have the access they might need, then all of the data must be made
> available to entire population of the planet.
Actually, that is how it works. The way NSI does it is in violation
of ICANN policy and their registry accreditation agreement.
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