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    Re: More on .US
    by Anonymous on Wednesday August 01 2001, @04:52AM (#1552)
    Where's the link to the Washington Daily story?
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    O Canada
    by Anonymous on Wednesday August 01 2001, @04:55AM (#1553)
    Of course Ross Rader denied that Tucows had filed an application. Tucows is based in Toronto, Canada. Word is Tucows filed an application through a U.S. subsidiary. They shouldn't hide the fact that its a Canadian venture though. The way the U.S. has screwed up its own TLD over the years, maybe some outside assistance is in order.
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    • O Terrific by Anonymous Thursday August 02 2001, @08:12PM
    Re: More on .US
    by Anonymous on Wednesday August 01 2001, @07:03AM (#1555)
    Could you help me read that correction. As I read it there is nothing in that correction that answers the question of whether Mike Roberts might be getting part of that $450,000. Am I reading it wrong?
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    Re: More on .US
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Wednesday August 01 2001, @06:12PM (#1567)
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    Is the Correction from that Joe Sims who did pro bono work for Jon Postel? And how much has JDRP since billed ICANN for (that's not entirely rhetorical, does anyone have the figure)? Regardless, sure looks like deja vu all over again. -g
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    Re: More on .US
    by Anonymous on Thursday August 02 2001, @11:36AM (#1572)
    Verisign does NOT provide technical services for eNIC. eNIC runs it's own rrp-based shared registry system for dot-cc.
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    Re: More on .US
    by Buckshot6 on Thursday August 02 2001, @03:36PM (#1574)
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    As an unknown bidder of the .us doamin. We were not asked to agree to anything outside of the bid RFQ. In our bid, we did include a provsion for reasonable agreements. We have set up a US domain Trust and Foundation.

    We have provided a Performance Bond of USD$5,000.000.00 (USD$5MM) CASH !

    We welcome the idea to enter into agreements with outside enities who share our open vievpoints.

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