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Re: [ga] Privacy and Whois databases


To take a parochial view, Corporations doing business in the State of Texas are
required to register with the Texas Secretary of State.  There is a statutory
requirement that dba's register with the County Clerk within 90 days.  These
records are all available for public inspection. How are the registry databases
any different?

Srikanth Narra wrote:

> Peter
> You got a point there.
> Maybe instead we can have a system where you call the whois keeper and he in
> turn calls me or emails me - I (instead of you) pay for the privilege of
> receiving the such message.
> Sri
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Veeck [mailto:veeck@texoma.net]
> Sent: Saturday, October 16, 1999 11:16 PM
> To: Srikanth Narra
> Cc: '''ga@dnso.org ' ' '
> Subject: Re: [ga] Privacy and Whois databases
> Srikanth,
> Is there a reason I should have to pay to advise you that there is porn on
> your
> site and your email is being returned or being pirated.  I am already paying
> for
> the phone call.  Wouldn't it be better to do it like the phone company where
> you
> have to pay extra for an unlisted number?  That way would be posting a do
> not
> disturb sign.  Do not disturb me if my server goes down. I WANT to know when
> one
> of my servers goes down. I'll continue to hit the delete button 20 times a
> day,
> write complaints, and call toll free numbers.
> Peter Veeck