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    Now in the Tikki Room . . . | Log in/Create an Account | Top | 22 comments | Search Discussion
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    Re: Now in the Tikki Room . . .
    by Anonymous on Saturday November 03 2001, @01:56PM (#3379)

    It is hard to imagine the ICANN story becoming
    any more absurd. Maybe it is not real. Can you
    imagine some patient who has been in a comma
    in a hospital for the past few months, just being
    revived ? Imagine trying to convince the person
    that the U.S. was attacked and the ICANN TLD
    roll-out was an absolute disaster and to the
    amazement of all, the ICANN Board apparently
    thinks everything is wonderful, and the ICANN
    peasants are having a party in the Tikki Room,
    while U2 plays a special concert to celebrate it all.
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    Security, Security, Security - Sell that Security
    by Anonymous on Saturday November 03 2001, @04:07PM (#3381)
    6. Maximum Fee for Secure Domain Name Registration Service

    During the Term of the Registry Agreement, NeuLevel contemplates the introduction of an enhanced registration service, offered through ICANN-Accredited Registrars, utilizing secure processing mechanisms for mission critical registrations to provide additional security measures with respect to modifications to domain name information and/or transfers of a domain name. This service is described in Appendix J to the Registry Agreement. This service will be offered as early as during the Start-Up phase of the Registry TLD with initial payments billed and due after the Commencement-of-Service Date. The maximum fee charged will be as follows:

    US $ 500.00
    Per Secure Domain Name Registration
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    It's worth it to see the singing birds and flowers
    by Anonymous on Saturday November 03 2001, @04:41PM (#3383)
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    The Club Shows Up - With $$$$$$ to Protect
    by Anonymous on Monday November 05 2001, @05:45AM (#3404)
    The Club Shows Up - With $$$$$$ to Protect

    Moderator: Jun Murai - Chair, DNS Root Server System Advisory Committee; Professor, Keio University, Japan; DNS root name server operator; President, JPNIC; Chair, WIDE Project; ICANN
    Mark Kosters - VeriSign Inc.
    Lars-Johan Liman - Senior Systems Specialist, Autonomica AB; Co-Chair, IETF Domain Name Server Operations Working Group
    Paul Vixie - Internet Software Consortium

    David R. Conrad - CTO, Nominum Inc.
    Olaf M. Kolkman - Scientific Programmer on the RIPE NCC's Deployment of Internet Security Infrastructures (DISI) project
    Allison Mankin - USC/Information Sciences Institute; IESG Co-Area Director for Transport
    Ray Plzak - President, ARIN; Co-Chair, IETF Domain Name Server Operations Working Group

    The Club Shows Up - With $$$$$$ to Protect

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