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Re: NetSol screwing the pooch?
- From: William Allen Simpson
- Date: Thu Apr 13 23:12:59 2000
The problem isn't ICANN, the problem is the USG giving NetSol legally
binding (in the US) exclusive rights. Recently, another 4 years....
Of course, the ISPs could host a revolution. You have some experience
Vadim Antonov wrote:
> I find it amusing that large ISPs tolerate NSI for so long despite the
> enormous costs its incompetence imposes on their businesses. Now the bunch of
> self-proclaimed rule-setters called "ICANN" is going to screw them even more.
> Despite the
> cut-throat competition in the market, ISPs managed to maintain a coherent and
> functioning global routing infrastructure. The DNS is as essential for their
> customers as the actual packet transport; so i think it is time for competent
> people to take over it, too.
> Now, the question is when the ISP managers will wake up and get a clue.
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