Re: [DNS] Consumer Alert

Re: [DNS] Consumer Alert

From: Kim Davies <kim§>
Date: Thu, 6 Mar 2003 11:19:20 +0100
Quoting John Thomson on Thursday March 06, 2003:
| doesn't make sense to me. It is up to Auda to say to uregister you have
| breached our policy guidelines you have 14 days to show why you shouldn't be
| closed down.

auDA is not the government or a court and therefore can not simply
"close down" a company. What it can do is sever contracts. Post July 1
auDA setup agreements between registrars, resellers etc. so that they
can be prohibited from selling domains in events of breach.

The problem in this case, as I see it (and I am basing everything on the
DNS list which means I am sure not to know the full picture) is that
Bottle Domains doesn't consider uregister to be a reseller, rather an
"affiliate". Whatever the distinction, uregister is being left out of
auDA's grasp.

Bottle may consider it an "easy way out" to cease dealing with
uregister. I agree about the easy part. It is really easy for them to
cut off uregister's supply chain and solve the problem.

personal opinion, as always,
Received on Fri Oct 03 2003 - 00:00:00 UTC

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