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    Re:Does .WEB exist any more ?
    by Anonymous on Tuesday April 13 2004, @02:51PM (#13372)
    You can bet my New.net domains are getting more traffic than your .us/.info/.biz names. I feel sorry for you. What is the traffic level for your .web names, btw? Another reason for you not to compare IOD and New.net. Apples and oranges, as you say. At least we established something. :))

    What happened to your spyware allegations? Seems like now you lost another ground. Typical naysayer. You're not the first one, nor will be the last one. Many of them had to pack their bags when they couldn't find mud to throw anymore.

    You go away and spend your time with more meaningful things like developing your .WEB names. Maybe you can help IOD little bit. But hey you have a visibility problem right? Sorry I forgot about it but still try to develop your .web names and don't worry about New.net. We have millions of Internet users covered.

    Paying 50,000 dollars in the past doesn't mean anything. The question is "Can you pay now?". IOD can't even sponsor a single ICANN event. And they should pay another 50,000. Why do you think Tralliance paid again for .travel?

    Once again, instead of wasting your time by throwing mud and making false accusations like 'New.net being a spyware', go help IOD. Looks like they're busy with some extra new projects as well.
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    Re:Does .WEB exist any more ? by Anonymous
    Re:Does .WEB exist any more ?
    by Anonymous on Tuesday April 13 2004, @03:15PM (#13373)
    New.net's installer is contained in many spyware packages. This is a fact.

    I don't own any .WEB names, so I have no idea why you're presuming that I do. I also don't own any new.net names.

    I fail to see why IOD should sponsore an ICANN event until the next round happens, and not even then. For that matter, if new.net has paid to sponsor any, I would guess it's money wasted.

    I don't much care about IOD and .WEB other than noting that they don't payload their system in spyware, need plug-ins to resolve, or bad-mouth ICANN at every turn. At least they play by the rules and have had their domain protected as a result. Too bad new.net will lose .TRAVEL and possibly .XXX as well.

    I also don't understand your comment about traffic. Who said anything about traffic? I own one domain name, and I have pictures of my horses on it. I was talking about visibility. Come back when new.net names can be resolved on the net. And don't try to claim that .WEB is no better off because I'm not saying they are. But I do know that they have a chance to be approved because they've applied. new.net hasn't applied. You can't win if you don't play. Unless you think new.net will succeed because of their plug in. If that's what you think, you can go play in your little sandbox by yourself.
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