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    Re: Facts
    by dtobias (dan@tobias.name) on Monday December 23 2002, @11:44AM (#10667)
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    What exactly is "dumb" about his ideas? Consider his ideas themselves, not his (somewhat monotonous) manner of presenting them. What's the flaw in them?
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    Cave of Lies
    by WIPOorgUK on Monday December 23 2002, @01:56PM (#10674)
    User #3146 Info | http://wipo.org.uk/
    You know I have not told any lies - I challenge you to point one out on my website.

    Nor did I retreat from you - as the reader can see in previous posts below.

    Indeed - I proved you misrepresent me and told lies yourself.

    *************************
    Why do you try so hard to divert attention away from the facts?
    *************************

    Are you a corrupt lawyer - perverting Trademark and Competition Law on the Internet - to make loads of money from these problems?

    Just try to deny this - go on I dare you:

    Fact: In this vast ocean of domains on the Internet, mostly non-trademarks, a marker is absolutely essential - for people to identify the domain as trademark.

    Given virtually all words are registered trademarks many times over - how else are people to know?

    It is yourself, US DoC, ICANN and UN WIPO that live in the 'Cave of Lies'.

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