[At-Large] registration fantasies

Holly Raiche h.raiche at internode.on.net
Sun Jan 20 22:28:09 UTC 2013

Which is exactly my point.  And finally - acknowledgement that domain NAME accuracy is important - not only for LEAs - but for all of us as well - to stop the 'thousands' (your words, not mine) of names registered by criminals from attacking the rest of us.

So yes, privacy is important and always has been.  But so is accuracy - the responsibility of the registrant in the first instance - but also fairly and squarely the registrars under the RAA.

On 21/01/2013, at 7:09 AM, John R. Levine wrote:

>> Your steps are exactly what I had in mind.  You're right - it will take time, and cost. But could we all please start on this journey.
> A good place to start would be to admit that the insterests of the vast 
> majority of Internet users who do not register vanity domains are at least 
> worth considering.
> For every domain registered by an individual, there are hundreds, more 
> likely thousands, registered by criminals who attack those 
> non-registrants.
> You may not like it, but it's reality.
> R's,
> John
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