[NA-Discuss] [offlist] Domain hijacking story

Alan Greenberg alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca
Fri Jun 14 02:57:50 UTC 2013

Sorry, I misread his "registrar" as "registrant".

Offlist? Meant to send just you you, but it is too late in the day 
after too many teleconferences.


At 13/06/2013 10:42 PM, Eric Brunner-Williams wrote:
>Tom's speculation concerned a property of registrars, the physical
>nexus between the registrars and the City of New York, and the
>conditions community-based registries may propose in support of their
>claim to have a restrictive registration policy may manifest in some
>conditions on registrars, e.g., be capable of title search in one or
>all of the Five Boroughs or grants of business licenses, again, in one
>or all of the Five Boroughs, or capable of in-person registration,
>again, in one or all of the Five Boroughs reducing the registrars for,
>e.g., .nyc, to those with a physical presence in one of the five boroughs.
>It was in CORE's response to the DOITT for .nyc. I wrote it.
>Your observation was to revisit .pro's initial claim, which limited
>registrants by some property other than physical nexus.
>Let me know when you find a restriction on registrars.

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