[Comments-org-renewal-18mar19] Proposed Renewal of .org Registry Agreement

Richard Warwick Richard at Warwick.Org
Sat Apr 27 21:42:32 UTC 2019

Removing price caps on .org domains is a further step in destroying the
promise of the Internet.

Affordable  .org domains allow small groups and individuals to
participate in the global conversations being conducted across the Internet.

Despite the regrettable centralization and focus of large players to
re-create television's "broadcast" model, many, including myself, have
availed ourselves of .org domains to push back against the
centralization and inherent limiting of the sharing of thoughts and
ideas that centralization., abusive ISP ToS and asymmetric
upload/download bandwidth for consumer internet connections strives to

The TCP/IP suite was designed, and rightly so, not as a client/server
suite of protocols,  but as a network of peers.  Raising additional
barriers to that  design, as the removal of price caps on .org domains
does, shortchanges all users of the Internet.

As such, remission of such price caps should be excised from the
proposed changes.

Thank you.

Richard Warwick
Voice: (212) 665 6566
Email: Richard at Warwick.Org

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