From: Dean Robb (no email)
Date: Fri Mar 20 1998 - 14:12:40 EST
At 22:59 3/18/98 -0800, you wrote:
>For a good example of this, whois perhaps.youwant.to, then
>nslookup perhaps.youwant.to. It looks like someone tried to pull
>a Kashpureff that didn't really succeed.
>The nslookup version of perhaps.youwant.to came first, by the way.
>So what can we do to actually get something done about it? Anyone?
Currently, I'm talking to a couple of people in the computer news world
(one electronic, one electronic and print) about doing a nice expose-style
article. Seems that we should be getting SOMETHING for our $100, no?
I forgot to mention that I've been in contact with Bode & Biddle as well;
the firm sueing NSI over the registration fee. Seems that NSI's stance
(including email from NSI that specifically says they won't delete a domain
unless they don't pay) fits in nicely with the argument that NSI is a
Spam: it's not just for breakfast anymore....
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