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    New.Net users can NOT see .WEB sites
    by Anonymous on Thursday July 12 2001, @07:03PM (#1248)

    New.Net users can NOT see .WEB sites

    Doesn't .WEB get along with anyone ?
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    New.Net users can NOT see .WEB sites by Anonymous
    Re: New.Net users can NOT see .WEB sites
    by Anonymous on Friday July 13 2001, @02:41AM (#1265)
    What you are suggesting would necessitate a partnership.

    And as IOD does not want to operate, as part of its business plan, from within an alternate root, it would be foolish for them to partner with New.Net.

    IOD's .web has ALWAYS been in the alternate root as a precursor to coming into the Main Root. Partnering with New.net would be to say, "Okay, we want to set up with the fellas who are trying to challenge ICANN's system."

    Do you actually believe IOD must team up with New.net, willy-nilly, jus' cause you think it's a cool idea? Partnerships are not as precarious as you imply.

    It would be a strategic nightmare for IOD to be in league with New.net.



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    Re: New.Net users can NOT see .WEB sites
    by Anonymous on Friday July 13 2001, @03:28AM (#1267)
    Why would .web, which is smart for trying to work with ICANN, want to work with a scam like New.net that is doomed to fail? It is great to see IOD trying to do everything it can to get added into the one true root-ICANN's.
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    Re: New.Net users can NOT see .WEB sites
    by Anonymous on Friday July 13 2001, @08:43AM (#1305)
    IOD should stay as far away from New.net as possible. If they courted New.net, they would never have a chance at placing .web in ICANN's root. ICANN is waiting for the day when New.net fails.
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