[GTLD-WG] Workspace on the Issue of Private Ownership of Common Words as TLDs
mail at christopherwilkinson.eu
Mon Nov 12 22:06:12 UTC 2012
I want to make it quite clear that I am totally opposed to the private
use of generic words in English or any other language as TLD domain
names. The only exception that I would be prepared to contemplate
would be that the generic domains would be OPEN to all users in that
community, as endorsed by ICANN and the GAC.
This issue has been on the table for nearly 15 years. It is time to
draw the line.
Regards to you all
On 12 Nov 2012, at 16:20, Evan Leibovitch wrote:
> Maybe it's misnamed or mis-placed, but I need to start somewhere. I'll
> woirk the mechanics out with Staff.
> Here is where I (and others on the call who expressed an interest)
> work on summary of the general opinions raised in the two received
> objections, as well as an analysis. The document may or may not call
> further ALAC action, but at very least will attempt to reflect the
> discussions that have gone on so far on the issue.
> I welcome any input as this is being developed -- either as a
> comment on
> the wiki page, private or public communications.
> Evan Leibovitch
> Toronto Canada
> Em: evan at telly dot org
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