[At-Large] R: [ALAC] Fwd: A million domains taken down by email checks
roberto_gaetano at hotmail.com
Fri Jul 4 17:38:45 UTC 2014
We are having this discussion over again, probably once a year - I do not
keep the exact count, but since the creation of this list I would say about
a dozen times.
We all have remained of the same opinion over the years.
For instance, I believe that it is a mistake to think that behind an
incorrect email address there is always a "bad guy", so there are fair
chances that by shooting before aiming you might think to protect potential
victims but in reality you create one victim more.
But I am sure that my post will be by and large irrelevant, because
everybody will remain of the same opinion.
> -----Messaggio originale-----
> Da: at-large-bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org [mailto:at-large-
> bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org] Per conto di John Levine
> Inviato: venerdì 4 luglio 2014 18:49
> A: At-Large Worldwide
> Cc: ALAC Working List
> Oggetto: Re: [At-Large] [ALAC] Fwd: A million domains taken down by email
> > Robotic suspensions between renewals based purely on email failures
> > are the abuse that needs fixing here - no?
> Thanks for clarifying that the interest of the ALAC is only with domain
> registrants, and we care nothing about the 99.9% of Internet users who
> never registered a domain, but have to put up with abuse from people who
> By the way, I hear that many registries robotically suspend a domain
> on failure to pay for renewal. Surely we should object to that, too.
> John Levine, john.levine at cauce.org
> CAUCE North America
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