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Re: AOL snags domain name redux (fwd)

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Date: Mon, 28 Jun 1999 22:50:48 -0400 (EDT)
From: jlewis@lewis.org
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Subject: Re: AOL snags domain name redux

On Mon, 28 Jun 1999, jamie wrote:

>  Sorry...my point was that NSI never acknowledged it as a
> domain/trademark dispute, the woman claimed she never got a
> letter from NSI and nowhere, that I can see, did NSI ever say "this domain
> name is being challenged". They just seemingly back-doored it with the
> address foil.It's no big surprise that a larger customer would appear to

This should probably scare lots of people...especially since NetSlo has
made it so difficult to change/correct info in section 3 of the domain
template.  It's been my experience that it hasn't been worth the effort to
modify section 3 data as long as the contacts are valid.  Does such
practice now leave domains open to theft or is NSI claiming that even her
NIC handle data was all invalid?

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