[Comments-org-renewal-18mar19] Section 2.10 of the .org renewal agreement

Phil DAnnolfo vgolf at erols.com
Thu Apr 25 14:48:00 UTC 2019

Absolutely NOT... 
Any pricing limitations should never be open ended. If the PIR wants to
increase the price caps they should be clearly defined in writing within the
agreement. This is parrticularly true of the .org domain which is used
primarily for not-for-profit organizations. 
Pricing for Domain Name Registrations and Registry Services (Section 2.10 of
the .org renewal agreement): In alignment with the base registry agreement,
the price cap provisions in the current .org agreement, which limited the
price of registrations and allowable price increases for registrations, are
removed from the .org renewal agreement. Protections for existing
registrants will remain in place, in line with the base registry agreement.
This change will not only allow the .org renewal agreement to better conform
with the base registry agreement, but also takes into consideration the
maturation of the domain name market and the goal of treating the Registry
Operator equitably with registry operators of new gTLDs and other legacy
gTLDs utilizing the base registry agreement
Phil DAnnolfo
Andover. MA
phil at dannolfo.org
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