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    "anyone knows the proper contact at the NTIA"
    by Anonymous on Friday May 13 2005, @10:23AM (#15229)
    http://hasbrouck.org/blog/
    "The remaining unanswered question, I suppose, is whether ICANN has yet made a recommendation to the NTIA of the USA Department of Commerce(which could only be on the basis of a secret vote, in violation of ICANN's bylaws) for the addition of ".travel" to the root server. If so, it will be important to find out if the Dept. of Commerce is aware of my request for independent review, which ought to be grounds for the DoC to reject any recommendation from ICANN to add ".travel" to the root, at least until receipt of the recommendation of the IRP concerning a stay. (If anyone knows the proper contact at the NTIA for public comment concerning NTIA decisions on ICANN recommendations, please let me know.)"

    You really do not *get it*, do you ?

    By the time the military-industrial-complex,
    that controls ICANN, makes their decisions about
    new TLDs, such as .TRAVEL, the rubber-stamp is
    all loaded up with ink at the DOC NTIA. Some
    clerk is then instructed to file some bogus
    zero money purchase order and the deal is done.
    The actual changes are made to servers by
    Verisign and ICANN and the other insiders.
    It is all a sham. You are being played as a fool.

    You just do not understand how Cerf, Dyson and
    the rest of the glitterati-digerati operate.
    Have you been to any of their love-fests at
    the Aspen Institute ? or in Arizona ? Do you
    understand the origins of Neustar ? Have you
    ever heard of Lockheed-Martin ?

    Get a clue, the DOC NTIA does not have a clue.
    That is a distraction the insiders fabricate to
    make it look like they are approved in what they
    do. The bottom line is that they take what they
    want, and leave scraps to you.
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