[council] RyC Confusingly Similar Statement

Adrian Kinderis adrian at ausregistry.com.au
Thu Apr 10 15:52:57 UTC 2008



Thanks for posting this.


Just so I am clear.


"RyC believes that a key means of avoiding this problem is to allow all
manifestations of a given top level domain to be managed by a single
entity.  This simple solution will also address the second issue: ensure
that each TLD name always means the same thing."


Which one(s) of the following is therefore true in the further
explanation you (the RyC) have provided;


a.       No one, other than Verisign, could have a TLD (ascii or IDN)
that looks like .com

b.      No one , other than Verisign, could have a TLD (ascii or IDN)
that sounds like .com

c.       No one, other than Versign, could have a TLD (ascii ot IDN)
that means the same as .com


I think examples will help explain the RyC paper.


Thanks and see you later today (?)


Adrian Kinderis
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From: owner-council at gnso.icann.org [mailto:owner-council at gnso.icann.org]
On Behalf Of Gomes, Chuck
Sent: Thursday, 10 April 2008 7:31 AM
To: Council GNSO
Cc: David W. Maher
Subject: [council] RyC Confusingly Similar Statement


Here's a statement developed by the RyC regarding New gTLD
Recommendation 2, hopefully providing some new thoughts in that regard.



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