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    Re:Are the Spooks at Neustar to be trusted ?
    by Anonymous on Tuesday May 11 2004, @04:55AM (#13544)
    Tralliance Corporation is the applicant. (In this application the terms
    "Tralliance", "Registry" and "applicant" refer to Tralliance Corporation.
    "Registry Operator" and "NeuLevel" refer to NeuLevel, Inc.)
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    Re:Are the Spooks at Neustar to be trusted ?
    by Anonymous on Tuesday May 11 2004, @05:51AM (#13548)
    At 04:08 PM 5/8/2004, Neuman, Jeff wrote:


    Dear Registrars and Registries: I have cancelled the 12 May teleconf. I'll await further instructions from Elana. Regards, BobC

    Can you please reschedule the call. All of the registries will be on our
    regularly scheduled registry call at this time.

    Jeffrey J. Neuman, Esq.
    Director, Law & Policy
    NeuStar, Inc.
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    Re:Are the Spooks at Neustar to be trusted ?
    by Anonymous on Tuesday May 11 2004, @06:48AM (#13554)
    You did not see yet the end of the story of the Sppoks at Neustar (DoD-backed Lockheed-Martin Neustar)!

    Neustar is the only contact to sell .CN (China) domain names outside of China www.neustar.com.cn.

    The next stage is Fernando Espana from Neustar/Neulevel at the puppet ccNSO Council.

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    Re:Are the Spooks at Neustar to be trusted ?
    by Anonymous on Monday May 17 2004, @04:20AM (#13598)
    The first rule is that no one can be trusted - not even me :-)

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