[At-Large] Guidance for Domain Name Orders

Antony Van Couvering avc at avc.vc
Thu Mar 15 02:31:34 UTC 2012

Because data is easy to find doesn't mean that people can't be educated.  

If education doesn't work, what is the point of writing the books you write?

I believe that a registrant is not a guilty person by default, and it is both wrong and inefficient to assume so. 


On Mar 14, 2012, at 5:10 PM, John R. Levine wrote:

>> Educate them?
> BTDT.  It doesn't work.  Data is easy to find.
> To flip it around, how is ICANN's public interest mission consistent with 
> enabling obvious, egregious, financial fraud?  Do you believe that the 
> rights of registrants are always more important than the rights of the 
> people who those registrants defraud?
> R's,
> John
>> On Mar 13, 2012, at 8:08 PM, Franck Martin wrote:
>>> Consider the type of activities described at http://www.antiphishing.org/
>>> You receive a fake email from your bank containing a link to malware on a hosted domain.
>>> If you are the real bank, what actions can you take to protect the users that have received this email?
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