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    tbyfield's Latest 24 of 45 Comments

    Re:plus ca change  Friday April 25 2008, @07:33PM Replies:1 Score:1
       attached to Avast, Earthlink
    test comment  Thursday December 15 2005, @12:56AM  Score:1
       attached to ICANN agrees to allow an independent review (?)
    Not quite silent  Monday February 07 2005, @10:56AM  Score:2, Interesting
       attached to Why is Dotster silent about the Panix hijack?
    Feh  Thursday July 22 2004, @09:09PM  Score:1
       attached to Keith Teare's Iconoclastic Take on the SiteFinder Report
    Re:I'm not sure what his point is and I think you  Monday July 21 2003, @09:36AM  Score:1
       attached to "Whois there?" "No one."
    Re:No notice  Wednesday March 26 2003, @05:52PM Replies:2 Score:1
       attached to Same Old Shell Game All Over Again
    lots of sympathy for this proposal  Friday March 21 2003, @07:03AM Replies:1 Score:1
       attached to Syracuse University White Paper on TLD additions
    Re:Special U.S. Government TLDs  Thursday March 20 2003, @09:31AM  Score:1
       attached to .EDU Eligibility Registration Requirements Lessened
    Re:Dengate Thrush comments  Wednesday March 19 2003, @03:08PM  Score:1
       attached to Paul Twomey, President and CEO
    Re: seat 14  Tuesday March 18 2003, @09:33AM  Score:1
       attached to Where Are the GNSO Board Seat 14 Results?
    Re:There's not much to argue  Saturday March 08 2003, @03:03PM Replies:1 Score:1
       attached to Is .nu a bad faith registration?
    Re:There will always be politics with IANA's DNS r  Tuesday March 04 2003, @09:39AM  Score:1
       attached to CENTR, ITU, IANA, WS...
    Re:Like the post office  Thursday February 27 2003, @06:07AM  Score:1
       attached to DoJ "redirects" websites of accused
    another example (as part of a plea bargain)  Thursday February 27 2003, @06:02AM  Score:1
       attached to DoJ "redirects" websites of accused
    Re:regular mail, not e-mail  Tuesday February 25 2003, @09:20AM  Score:1
       attached to Simpson Garfinkel on the 'Net's Single Point of Failure
    Re:Baloney  Tuesday February 25 2003, @09:05AM Replies:1 Score:1
       attached to Abril i Abril on ICANN's board
    Re:Yeah ... Heard It Before  Monday February 24 2003, @08:32AM  Score:1
       attached to Abril i Abril on ICANN's board
    Re:Baloney  Monday February 24 2003, @08:29AM Replies:1 Score:1
       attached to Abril i Abril on ICANN's board
    Re:-1, Illogical?  Friday February 14 2003, @08:52PM  Score:2, Interesting
       attached to DoC to reorganize technology section
    Re:IW & IPJ - the pot calling the kettle black  Wednesday February 12 2003, @11:14PM  Score:1
       attached to Bias at the Cisco Internet Protocol Journal
    IPJ's response  Wednesday February 12 2003, @09:47AM  Score:2, Interesting
       attached to Bias at the Cisco Internet Protocol Journal
    ugh.  Sunday February 09 2003, @08:40AM Replies:2 Score:2, Funny
       attached to IDN: Verisign Responds to IAB
    Re:As it always was  Thursday February 06 2003, @09:36PM Replies:1 Score:1
       attached to WHOIS Report Punts on Privacy
    Re:As it always was  Thursday February 06 2003, @09:19PM  Score:1
       attached to WHOIS Report Punts on Privacy

    tbyfield's Latest Accepted Stories

    Russian Fed wants multilingual ccTLD on Thursday June 12 2008, @06:24AM
    Avast, Earthlink on Thursday April 24 2008, @08:34PM
    GoDaddy feels the heat on Thursday March 13 2008, @03:46AM
    Google.pl on Saturday February 17 2007, @03:32PM
    Jamie Love on the IGF on Tuesday November 07 2006, @06:54PM
    .eu goes live on Friday April 29 2005, @02:22PM
    Cerf: Hollywood 'really interested in' P2P on Wednesday April 20 2005, @09:59AM
    $369 later on Thursday April 07 2005, @03:13AM
    .net report out; public input disregarded in advance on Tuesday March 29 2005, @07:20PM
    ITU director remarks on ICANN on Tuesday March 29 2005, @07:16PM
    NTIA to unmask anon .USians on Friday March 04 2005, @06:07AM
    Google enters the market on Monday January 31 2005, @04:24PM
    Panix hijack: more details on Monday January 17 2005, @12:29PM
    Vint Cerf sends in the clowns on Tuesday July 20 2004, @04:21AM
    CDT doggedly advocates reform on Thursday July 15 2004, @07:02AM
    "Registrant Freedom Day" on Wednesday July 14 2004, @08:21PM
    NY Court nixes class action against Register.com on Thursday June 10 2004, @07:49AM
    Quote of the day on Sunday May 30 2004, @08:50AM
    Nominet unstuffs purple one's suit on Friday May 28 2004, @07:55AM
    ICANN slammed for failure to name ombudsman on Saturday March 27 2004, @07:41AM
    "Namespaces will collide. Let them." on Saturday March 27 2004, @07:06AM
    Remaining .nameless? on Sunday January 18 2004, @12:49PM
    I think you misspelled "MEAWGHTH" on Sunday January 18 2004, @09:10AM
    VRSN and SSL: "rot-at-the-root dept." on Friday January 09 2004, @03:10AM

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