[At-Large] At-Large Use of Country and Territory Names as Top Level Domains

Evan Leibovitch evanleibovitch at gmail.com
Wed Sep 23 14:56:25 UTC 2015

At its core, this is about putting public property (ie,
​an ​
existing international standard) in pr
hands... like having a
​ troll
 trying to assert copyright on the flags of the world.

​The fact that there are exceptions to reservation of the standard (.com,
.uk)​ does not negate the validity of the standard going forward. Going
after it will simply diminish trust in ICANN even below its current awful
levels, and at some point this diminishing trust will affect DNS stability.

As for the GACophobia...
ine. As Olivier suggests, punt it to the ccNSO first and see what they
think. That's critical feedback to this issue.
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