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    Re: Network Solutions Registers Neulevel.bz?!?
    by Anonymous on Tuesday May 14 2002, @10:52AM (#6330)
    You've got it wrong. Neulevel.bz points to Neulevel.biz.

    Check facts, then post.
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    Re: Network Solutions Registers Neulevel.bz?!?
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Tuesday May 14 2002, @11:59AM (#6332)
    User #2810 Info
    In search of an archived version I tried archive.org. No luck. Then Google. No luck. Google does have one single solitary hit for neulevel.bz though, and a very good one it is. -g
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    THIS IS A PRANK blown out of proportion!
    by Undecided on Tuesday May 14 2002, @03:54PM (#6338)
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    That quoted whois output doesn't say that Network Solutions is the registrant of neulevel.bz, it says it's the registrar. Please tell me everyone here understands the difference!

    In fact, the whois server at NetSol says that Afilias is the registrant of neulevel.bz, so Verisign is just the go-between. You can't blame this one on NSI unless you're one of the trademark-facists who thinks registrars are supposed to vet every domain name registered through them. The whois listing:


    Registrant:
    Afilias Inc. (JKTPIJQWYD)
    660 Newtown/Yardley Road
    Newtown, PA 19067
    US

    Domain Name: NEULEVEL.BZ

    Administrative Contact:
    Afilias Inc. (CDYDRPXLCO) sinnerg@vrx.net
    Afilias Inc.
    660 Newtown/Yardley Road
    Newtown, PA 19067
    US
    866.368.4636 fax: 215.504.1758
    Technical Contact:
    VeriSign, Inc. (HOST-ORG) namehost@WORLDNIC.NET
    VeriSign, Inc.
    21355 Ridgetop Circle
    Dulles, VA 20166
    US
    1-888-642-9675
    Fax- - namehost@worldnic.net

    Record expires on 08-Mar-2003.
    Record created on 08-Mar-2002.
    Database last updated on 14-May-2002 21:11:13 EDT.

    Domain servers in listed order:

    NS24.WORLDNIC.COM 216.168.225.154
    NS23.WORLDNIC.COM 216.168.225.153


    Also, I'm suspicious of the Admin Contact e-mail for this domain. Why would Afilias (or Verisign, for that matter,) use vrx.net for e-mail? The admin contact for afilias.com uses afilias.com.

    A Google search for "sinnerg@vrx.net" turns up a few posts to Usenet groups about patents, and a subscriber list for IFWP mailing list. (Everyone remembers the IFWP, right?)

    I don't think Afilias or Verisign is the real registrant of neulevel.bz . This is just somebody messing with our minds.
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    Re: JD Sallen, squatter extraordinaire
    by Anonymous on Wednesday May 15 2002, @04:02AM (#6351)
    Well, its been a while since we've heard from the cybersquatter himself, JD Sallen, any news to report on your losing case with the District Court for Corinthians.com? I hope you've learned your lesson not to register the trademarks of others.
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    Re: Network Solutions Registers Neulevel.bz?!?
    by Anonymous on Friday May 17 2002, @01:42AM (#6420)
    well while we're on the subject lets have a look at the whois record for netsol.biz


    Domain Name: NETSOL.BIZ
    Domain ID: D737701-BIZ
    Registrant ID: NEUL-0000346260
    Registrant Name: Organization Name
    Registrant Address1: PO BOX 8001
    Registrant City: SYMONDS STREET
    Registrant Postal Code: 99999
    Registrant Country: New Zealand
    Registrant Country Code: NZ
    Registrant Phone Number: +1.61395939236
    Registrant Email: prereg@internetnamegroup.com.au
    Billing Contact ID: 16618535
    Billing Contact Name: Internet Name Group
    Billing Contact Organization: Internet Name Group
    Billing Contact Address1: 222 St Kilda Rd
    Billing Contact City: Melbourne
    Billing Contact Country: Australia
    Billing Contact Country Code: AU
    Billing Contact Email: mark@internetnamegroup.com.au


    Now for those who haven't had the pleasure of meeting mark@internetnamegroup.com.au, he is Mark Spektor who is named in an Australian Federal Court proceeding, details of which are here


    Nice work Mark. I'm surprised that you had time to do a little cybersquatting when you're so busy sending your scams to unsuspecting accounts payable clerks across Australia.
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