[At-Large] FW: Withdraw the gun database
icann-list at sorehands.com
Sat Jan 19 20:00:54 UTC 2013
>> 2. Domain names, on the other hand, are far from lethal and one would
>> have to be very imaginative to construct a situation in which a domain
>> name could cause physical harm or death to a human. So it is safe to
>> categorize domain names as instrumentalities highly unlikely to cause
>> bodily harm.
> So you're saying that nothing short of a death threat merits disclosing
> WHOIS information?
> I think that a lot of people who've lost a lot of money to phishing would
> treat this opinion with the contempt it deserves.
> PS: If you're wondering why people don't take ALAC seriously, this
> argument is a good example.
Given statements by Congress and the President, the same can be said for
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