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    Groundbreaking NAF Decision in NEW.NET Domain Case | Log in/Create an Account | Top | 86 comments | Search Discussion
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    Dan Tobias frequently browses the New.net message
    by simon on Friday August 30 2002, @07:42AM (#8797)
    User #2982 Info | http://www.nic.pro/
    like other professionals.

    Why do you think he knows about this decision? He posted there one or two times
    I started a thread about it there.

    Dan Tobias and other professionals know that New.net has some potential. In fact New.net does not offer "real" domain names. but their domain names act like "real" domain names for 130 million user. The ordinary Internet user does not care if it is a "real" domain name or if it is a New.net domain.

    Some of the new.net haters (why do they hate New.net? Did they missed an oppotunity?;-)) say: "New.net is dead".
    Quite the opposite is true. New.net domain names which are submitted to New.nets Quick! search engine perform better than ever. You may have a look at my stats :-) for http://www.drugs.shop

    New.net haters should realize that New.net will not go out of business. New.net has control over approximately 70 million browsers via their Plug-in. With this 70 million browser they can and in fact they generate the money to be profitable. Every entry which is not a "ICANN domain" or which is not a New.net domain which usually leads to an error page or to microsofts auto-search page is routed to New.nets quick! search engine, where relevant sites are listed. :-)

    Happy New.net bashing while I make money in providing and matching relevant content to my New.net domain names. ;-) :-)nic.PRO will be back online soon with FREE sub-domains. Dowload the FREE plug-in at
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    Dan Tobias frequently browses the New.net message by simon
    Re: New.net Browser Control
    by Anonymous on Friday August 30 2002, @08:33AM (#8804)
    Simon Says: "New.net has control over approximately 70 million browsers via their Plug-in."

    Well, who knows how many of those 70 million got screwed by downloading through KaZaa, then started having problems with their computers. Not knowing their internet access was blocked by New.net's piece-o-shit download, many thought they had malfunctioning hardware, and either paid some techie to fix it, or trashed the machine for a new machine. (After all, you update hardware every few years anyway, right?).

    So when you say New.net has control of 70 million browsers, you ain't just-a-woofin', bro!
    The problem is, a good deal of them might like to have their browsers back. Oops! Too bad, they didn't read the fine print at Kazaa. Oh well, let's just call them trolls and jerk them around 'till they get tired and leave ....
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