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Re: ICANN - The Case for Replacing its Management

  • From: Vadim Antonov
  • Date: Tue Feb 26 20:57:47 2002


ISPs have interest in making money, right. To make money they have to
provide a useful service to customer.  Internet w/o functioning DNS is not
useful. Therefore ISPs have quite strong interest in keeping DNS
infrastructure running.

The ICANN silliness in regard to dispute resolution policies left
registrars exposed to various kinds of litigation, which can concievably
cause serious disruptions in name service operation.  Besides, ISPs spend
significant amount of resources helping their customers to deal with
Network Solutions and other registrars.  It is all costs, and no gain.

--vadim

On Tue, 26 Feb 2002, Ariel Biener wrote:

> On Tue, 26 Feb 2002, Vadim Antonov wrote:
> 
> 
>   Vadim,
> 
> 
> 
>    Without sounding condecending, I think your view of this is rather
> simplistic. The automatic assumption that ISPs can serve this role is
> wrong at its very basis, since each ISP is first and foremost interested
> in making money. If not, it wont last. With this set of priorities, an ISP
> cannot hold this function.
> 
>    I can go on about this topic for quite a long time, but since it's
> NANOG, I'll spare you all, and Vadim and I can take it to private
> channels.
> 
> 
> --Ariel
> 
> --
> Ariel Biener
> e-mail: ariel@post.tau.ac.il
> PGP(6.5.8) public key http://www.tau.ac.il/~ariel/pgp.html
> 





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