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    Re:your question
    by Anonymous on Thursday January 02 2003, @04:18AM (#10820)
    Yes, DomainBank and Afilias broke their Registry-Registrar Agreement Rules AFTER Afilias's announcement, recognising the problem, on August 15th.


    For example CivilWar.info:


    Domain ID: D70903-LRMS
    Domain Name: CIVILWAR.INFO
    Created On: 20-Aug-2001 15:22:26 UTC
    Expiration Date: 20-Aug-2006 15:22:26 UTC
    Trademark Name: none
    Trademark Date: 2001-08-17
    Trademark Country: none
    Trademark Number: none
    Sponsoring Registrar: Domain Bank, Inc. (R107-LRMS)
    Status: ACTIVE
    Status: LOCKED
    Status: OK
    Registrant ID: C172044-LRMS
    Registrant Name: StrategicDomains.Com L.L.C.
    Registrant Organization: StrategicDomains.Com L.L.C.
    Registrant Street: xxxxxxxx
    Registrant City: xxxxxxxx
    Registrant State/Province: xxxxxxxxx
    Registrant Postal Code: xxxxxxxx
    Registrant Country: xxxxxxxxx
    Registrant Phone: xxxxxxxx
    Registrant Email: xxxxxxx
    Admin ID: C172045-LRMS
    Admin Name: William Lorenz


    Admittedly this particular one has a TM date, but it was mandatory for all FOUR TM fields to be properly filled. Afilias knew this. DomainBank knew this.


    This domain was not allowed to be submitted by DomainBank.


    This domain was not allowed to be registered by Afilias.


    There are 92 more like this, just from this individual customer.


    The rules were flouted for thousands more, presumably because people were desperate for profit.




    Richard Henderson

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