[Comments-com-amendment-3-03jan20] Proposed Amendment 3 to the .COM Registry Agreement

Stephen Devine stephendevine at gmail.com
Tue Feb 11 01:11:27 UTC 2020


I would like to oppose the proposed Amendment 3 to the .com Registry
Agreement.

This proposal is contrary to everything that the internet and the world
wide web stands for.

Those responsible for the creation of the internet as we know it valued it
as Open Source, Public Sharing of Knowledge and Freedom of Information.
They saw the potential in how the world could be connected. They didn't
charge for this connection although they could have and would have been the
richest men on the planet had they done so.

For Robert Kahn and Vinton Cerf who Created TCP/IP and for Tim Berners-Lee
who created the world wide web, please continue in their tradition and
allow the internet as we now know it to remain as a source of open
communication for the world and not a profit generating conglomerate for a
few very select companies to manipulate in secret.

Do the right thing and end this proposed amendment 3 to the .com Registry
Agreement.

Many thanks,

Stephen
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