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    Re:"Being in Canada I have seen no evidence" by fnord on Thursday June 16 2005, @12:48PM
    Attached to: US Government Uses GAC to Combat Privacy Push in WHOIS posted on Friday June 10 2005, @07:24AM

    Re:"Being in Canada I have seen no evidence" by fnord on Wednesday June 15 2005, @06:44PM
    Attached to: US Government Uses GAC to Combat Privacy Push in WHOIS posted on Friday June 10 2005, @07:24AM

    Re:.CA (CAlifornia TLD) Ready to be Re-Launched 10 by fnord on Wednesday June 15 2005, @03:09PM
    Attached to: US Government Uses GAC to Combat Privacy Push in WHOIS posted on Friday June 10 2005, @07:24AM

    Re:"you can't really route around ICANN anyway" by fnord on Tuesday June 14 2005, @11:49AM
    Attached to: US Government Uses GAC to Combat Privacy Push in WHOIS posted on Friday June 10 2005, @07:24AM

    Re:The SPAM problem long predates ICANN by fnord on Monday June 13 2005, @11:58PM
    Attached to: US Government Uses GAC to Combat Privacy Push in WHOIS posted on Friday June 10 2005, @07:24AM

    Re:"ICANN registrars practicing extortion" by fnord on Monday June 13 2005, @11:11PM
    Attached to: US Government Uses GAC to Combat Privacy Push in WHOIS posted on Friday June 10 2005, @07:24AM

    What happens if someone ignores it? by anotherblackhat on Monday June 13 2005, @11:52AM
    Attached to: US Government Uses GAC to Combat Privacy Push in WHOIS posted on Friday June 10 2005, @07:24AM

    Re:"ICANN registrars practicing extortion" by fnord on Monday June 13 2005, @11:19AM
    Attached to: US Government Uses GAC to Combat Privacy Push in WHOIS posted on Friday June 10 2005, @07:24AM

    Re:"Why is that? Because it costs them every time? by fnord on Monday June 13 2005, @08:16AM
    Attached to: US Government Uses GAC to Combat Privacy Push in WHOIS posted on Friday June 10 2005, @07:24AM

    Re:time running out on unrestricted WHOIS? by fnord on Sunday June 12 2005, @06:56PM
    Attached to: US Government Uses GAC to Combat Privacy Push in WHOIS posted on Friday June 10 2005, @07:24AM

    Re:time running out on unrestricted WHOIS? by Mueller on Saturday June 11 2005, @08:41PM
    Attached to: US Government Uses GAC to Combat Privacy Push in WHOIS posted on Friday June 10 2005, @07:24AM

    time running out on unrestricted WHOIS? by fnord on Friday June 10 2005, @03:15PM
    Attached to: US Government Uses GAC to Combat Privacy Push in WHOIS posted on Friday June 10 2005, @07:24AM


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