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    Re: IAB to ICANN: We're outta here.
    by PeterBarron (pebarron@hotmail.com) on Friday June 14 2002, @07:27PM (#7188)
    User #3240 Info | http://www.icannwatch.org/
    With ICANN being progressively shunned at every turn, is there an argument that the regulation that they continue to do is nothing more than illegal restraint of trade? I can't imagine anything like this happening over here.

    ++Peter
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    Re: IAB to ICANN: We're outta here.
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Friday June 14 2002, @08:48PM (#7191)
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    Yours sincerely, Verisign. -g
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    Re: IAB to ICANN: We're outta here.
    by RFassett on Saturday June 15 2002, @05:12AM (#7196)
    User #3226 Info | http://www.enum.info
    Maybe the IAB/IETF can feel at liberty now to say that there has been TLD expansion to the legacy root and it has remained technically stable. It still amazes me that 6 new TLD's have launched resulting in millions of new zone files and not a single body of authority has made this statement for the record. How hard is this?

    They had no problem stating that such expansion needed to be performed in a "limited and controlled environment" for reasons of technical stability while other technical experts disagreed. What we got was the first round arbitrary selection mess as a direct result of and the community is still paying for it. Well, what you say now? Has the Internet remained technically stable or has it not? Can someone of expert authority please answer this question?

    Exactly how does one get the IAB/IETF to answer this question? I would really like to know how this is done.
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