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RE: [ga] Privacy and Whois databases

While we're at it, we could also suggest that banks charge for both
withdrawals when a ready teller is used, and a surcharge on top of that
when a different bank is used other than the one where the account holder
has his/her account.

Also, we could further suggest that this other bank charge the non-account
holder fo the courtesey of having their banks ready teller available to do
the transaction.

Wait a miniute! They're already ripping people off that way.

On Fri, 15 Oct 1999, Srikanth Narra wrote:

> May be we can take a clue from the way credit files are kept in US and use
> the same model.
> The whois records stay private with register. Anyone wants to take a look at
> them pays a nominal amount by verifiable means like credit card or a check
> for the privileage to see the information. (that should cover the registers
> expenses for keeping the records private and to fend the queries).
> Also the person on whom information is requested is given the details of who
> and when has someone requested information on records pertaining to that
> person.
> Sri