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Re: [ga] read together

Hugh and all former DNSO GA members or other interested

 You still didn't answer my question Hugh.  However I expected you
Is it the Afilias or not to which you were referring in your original

Hugh Dierker wrote:

>   While I was more leaning toward the afilias group - certainly they
> are really controlled by the same folks as Verisign. IANA would seem
> to be analagous to the bookkeepers in the good old Valentines Day
> massacre days.
> In some countries, the stability and security of telecommunications is
> an issue of national security.  Subversive conspiracies to destabilize
> for a foreign objective would be considered something like a terrorist
> gang.  The use of state courts to aid in such diabolical schemes are
> nothing new to RICO prosecutors.
> e
> Jeff Williams <jwkckid1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hugh and all former DNSO GA members or other interested
> stakeholders/users,
> I am not sure whom you are indirectly referring to. Could you be more
> specific? If not, why not? In any event you always have the right to
> file
> a legal action and/or complaint with the DOJ should you know of or
> suspect
> illegal activity...
> Hugh Dierker wrote:
> > If you read the last several posts here and put the concepts
> > together it would appear that there is a small group of interests
> that
> > are engaging in a conscious effort to deny others of their rights by
> > organizing together for that purpose and using threats and violating
> > laws to achieve their illegal objectives.
> >
> > I would hate to be on a board that spearheaded and acted like a
> > "Godfather" to these types of actions.
> >
> > e
> >
> Regards,
> --
> Jeffrey A. Williams
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