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    Re: The need for integrity in registration details
    by Anonymous on Monday May 06 2002, @10:37AM (#6163)
    As far as the negative impact is concerned, this incorrect registration information is far less significant that the
    domain dispute policy.
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    Re: The need for integrity in registration details
    by Anonymous on Monday May 06 2002, @06:59PM (#6166)
    As an educator teaching certain aspects of IP Law, I bring the "Lorenz" case to the classroom. Up for discussion might be issues of Business Law, Criminal Law, Public Relations, Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics. While it would not be proper for me to offer an opinion on the merits that might affect the outcome, one can speculate that legislation may be influenced by this case. Mr. Henderson is likened to a modern day version of Upton Sinclair.
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    Re: The need for integrity in registration details
    by Anonymous on Monday May 06 2002, @09:34PM (#6171)
    "Mama, I sold the man the car we turned the odometer back on just like you said, but he stopped payment on the check". "Sic the dogs on him, baby. How dare he cheat us". "Mama, I think he's coming back this way with the constable".
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    Re: The need for integrity in registration details
    by Anonymous on Tuesday May 07 2002, @06:43AM (#6172)
    Generally, firms in an oligopolistic industry endeavor to avoid calling attention to themselves to lessen government attention. Here can be found almost the opposite. Beyond almost unimaginable bungling, the Sheriff of Notaclueham is chasing Robin Hood creating a cause celebre. Will King Hal, er John prevail or will good King Richard save the cyber serfs?
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    Re: The need for integrity in registration details
    by Anonymous on Wednesday May 08 2002, @03:05PM (#6201)
    Has DomainBank completely lost it? I believe I'll inquire if Lorenz's company requires representation.
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    Re: The need for integrity in registration details
    by Anonymous on Thursday May 09 2002, @08:53AM (#6220)
    It is legally questionable that any registrar could demand compensation for registering domain names that were known to the registrar to be contrary to established registration criteria. --a shark that swims in these waters.
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    Re: The need for integrity in registration details
    by Anonymous on Tuesday May 21 2002, @08:13PM (#6468)
    If litigation against Lorenz should be initiated, perhaps Lorenz's legal team might consider a subpoena to gain access to some of I and A's records. Might prove enlightening. Just a thought and a tip.
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    Re: The need for integrity in registration details
    by Anonymous on Thursday June 20 2002, @05:45AM (#7317)
    in pari delicto
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