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    Re: Stop your whining
    by Anonymous on Thursday August 15 2002, @11:35AM (#8512)
    Sorry bro, but it's not our job to "... talk to Commerce". That's ICANN's job. The poor suckers buying domains today are viewed as a potential marks, rather than valued customers. The potential marks even included IP interests. ICANN's whole system (Verisign included) is devoid of any accountability to customers who have been robbed of domain names, and pummeled by inept customer-service departments of registrars and registries.

    Talk to Commerce ... yeah right. Okay Mr./Ms. Consumer, you've just had your domain taken from you, too bad, fuck you. By the way, you're not gettin' your money back. What? You've already started using the domain name, spending lots on development and branding? Well, too bad, fuck you again, sucker. Talk to Commerce, it's really not our fault. What? We're ICANN? We're supposed to provide for the stability of the internet? No, you've got it wrong, son. We (ICANN) provide for the stability of the registries and registrars which are taking your money and those domains you already paid for.
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    Re: Stop your whining by Anonymous
    Re: Stop your whining
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Thursday August 15 2002, @12:45PM (#8515)
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    My reading of the policy is that registrants of such deleted names will have their money refunded. And, I do think it is the consumer's job (particularily in the US) to talk to Commerce. -g
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    Re: Stop your whining
    by unsolicited (unsolicited@audomainnews.info) on Thursday August 15 2002, @10:50PM (#8527)
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    That's ICANN's job? This is a country code that does not have a contract with ICANN. ICANN has no role currently in the administration of .us.
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