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RE: Internic doesn't care about valid contact information
- From: mwinter
- Date: Thu Mar 04 23:06:29 1999
Amazing.. I'll contact him. But the answer i got from Internic was the
don't care answer from below. I could not believe it and mailed them
again, asking them to confirm it and they confirmed it.
This is not about a single domain anyway.. I just came across this
specific one and wanted to know what the policy of Internic is if someone
points them to their own agreement and a domain which violates it.
Maybe Chuck is able to restore some faith I had into them. But I would
prefer it if everyone at Internic would follow the same policy.
- Martin Winter
On Thu, 4 Mar 1999, James D. Wilson wrote:
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> Send it to Chuck Gomes, he says that they will act on ones reported to
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> James D. Wilson
> "non sunt multiplicanda entia praeter necessitatem"
> William of Ockham (1285-1347/49)
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> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of
> Sent: Thursday, March 04, 1999 4:53 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Internic doesn't care about valid contact information
> While we are at the discussion about contact information from the
> Internic doesn't care at all what you enter in the address, name,
> info etc - as long as you are paying for it.
> According to the agreement which you must agree to for requesting a
> domain name (http://www.internic.net/help/agreement.txt, paragraph K),
> you are supposed to give them the correct information.
> But I came accross a whois entry which was completly fake (like phone
> number of 111-111-1111, non-existing address in a non-existing city
> The only (probably) correct part was a email address - which is one of
> the web-based anonymous emails.)
> I'm not talking about possible wrong (outdated) contact info - this
> was clear that the person which registered the domain name didn't care
> about giving correct information and didn't hide it at all.
> When I mailed a copy of this to Internic and asked them how this fits
> their agreement.. I mainly got the following information:
> "Although we are concerned about the validity of information in the
> WHOIS database, it is the responsibility of the domain name
> registrant to maintain current information. Erroneous or incorrect
> information, such as an invalid phone number or a non-functioning
> e-mail address is not just cause for cancellation of a domain name.
> Domain names are only deleted at the request of the registrant or
> via our normal billing cycles."
> Oh well.. it certainly helps the Internet community if you are now
> allowed to register completly anonymous domain names.
> - - Martin Winter
> (speaking for himself only)
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> Comment: Spammers are NetAbusers - Jail Them With The Other Criminals
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