[Comments-com-amendment-3-03jan20] Proposed Amendment 3 to the .COM Registry Agreement
heartchrome at outlook.com
Tue Feb 11 07:33:29 UTC 2020
I just learned about .COM domain proposal of raise prices every year.
I don't think this is good news for most part users. If Verisign raises its prices unilaterally, it will inevitably drive the trend of rising prices of others top-level domain. This series of reactions will make the cost of setting up a website, especially for personal blog sites. This is likely to cause many websites to shut down due to the heavy burden of domain names. What is more frightening is that the price increase will increase the number of speculators and disrupt the market order.
This is not what we want to see, we hope to see a more accessible registration price. With the increasing popularity of the Internet today, we should lower the threshold for website building, not raise him. Naturally, the .COM domain name as a representative shouldn't increase prices. We respect this proposal, but in today's environment, this proposal seems inappropriate. I hope ICCAN will take a closer look at the current background and the applicability of this document.
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