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    Highlights of the ICANNWatch Archive
    (June 1999 - March 2001)


      Searching For: affilias fiasco


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    .INFO to Allocate Names to Those Who Enhance its Brand
    On November 6th, 2009 with 1 comments
    It seems that first-come-first-serve is a dimmer and dimmer memory for domain...
    Section: Main > Registrars
    Score: 0.1

    IGP Campaign Irritates NTIA
    On June 30th, 2006 with 3 comments
    Over a week ago, word reached me that the NTIA - the branch of the U.S....
    Section: Main > USA Goverment Relations
    Score: 0.5

    .eu Landrush a "Fiasco"
    On April 10th, 2006 with 8 comments
    Via Slashdot, a pointer to GoDaddy.com's CEO's blog, wherein Bob Parsons says...
    Section: Main > .eu and Europe too
    Score: 3.3

    Next on .ASIA
    On April 13th, 2005 with 21 comments
    Mike Sorros brought to our attention this recent post by James Seng commenting...
    Section: Main > sTLDs hoping to enter legacy root
    Score: 1.5

    What Is Afilias Hiding?
    On January 13th, 2005 with 8 comments
    Steven Forrest writes "ICANN has just posted the September registry reports,...
    Section: Main > .net
    Score: 0.7

    .eu, still coming real soon now after all these ye
    On February 15th, 2004 with 4 comments
    fnord writes "Mon Dieu! Who would have thought that some entity could move even...
    Section: Main > .eu and Europe too
    Score: 0.6

    ICANN silent on new gTLD evaluations
    On August 27th, 2002 with 25 comments
    Richard_Henderson writes "Requests for information about key documents in the...
    Section: Main > New gTLDs
    Score: 0.5

    Dan Halloran challenged on Registrars and ICANN's responsibilities
    On May 12th, 2002 with 29 comments
    Richard_Henderson writes "[I have] responded to Dan Halloran's Advisory on...
    Section: Main > Registrars
    Score: 0.4

    ICANN Closes Most Popular Comment Forum
    On March 19th, 2002 with 58 comments
    Richard_Henderson writes "It was revealed in an e-mail from ICANN today that...
    Section: Main > New gTLDs
    Score: 0.4

    Possible fraud attempt on IP Claims for blocked .biz names
    On March 12th, 2002 with 22 comments
    elsiesvg writes "Most people waiting for the so-called Group 2b .biz names -...
    Section: Main > New gTLDs
    Score: 1.3

    Inside Job: ICANN Hires Crispin
    On February 10th, 2002 with 10 comments
    "Following a long international search" sprawling over all of 65 days and 360...
    Section: Main > ICANN Staff and Structure
    Score: 0.5

    630,000 Users Can't Be Wrong
    On January 21st, 2002 with 11 comments
    The Boston Globe is reporting that AT&T Broadband is forcing upwards of...
    Section: Main > The Big Picture
    Score: 0.6

    Why ICANN is really in the Dot Com business
    On October 15th, 2001 with 9 comments
    kodo writes "By Kendall Dawson kendall@paradigm.nu Afilias' marketing...
    Section: Main > New gTLDs
    Score: 0.7

    Afilias calls The Register to explain .info fiasco
    On October 10th, 2001 with 10 comments
    Anonymous writes "The Register is running a story on Afilias and the .info...
    Section: Main > New gTLDs
    Score: 4.0

    Weird Doings at the FTC: Shoddy 'Consumer Alert' Appears, Vanishes
    On May 17th, 2001 with 8 comments
    Now this is passing strange. First the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issues a...
    Section: Main > New gTLDs
    Score: 0.7

    Verisign Agreements - An Issue of (Anti-)Trust ?
    On March 27th, 2001 with 0 comments
    Netlaw writes "The proposed revision to the NSI / ICANN agreement will,...
    Section: Main > Verisign/NSI
    Score: 0.3


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