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RFC-3, gTLDs and ICANN need to KISS or we can't

>...I suggest....looking in
>*specific* top level domains assigned for trademarks and doing business
>under trademarks. And if I want to register my trademark within one of those
>top level domains, I can rest assured that I am protected. Meanwhile other
>gTLDs can be used with similarly named sub-domains for *free expression*,
>user groups, even satire or any other category for which their creators
>intend. And the market should ultimately be allowed to decide how many, and
>what kind of gTLDs exist. (Although I am not opposed to starting with a set
>of new gTLDs which seem to fit the community's needs.)

Hear, hear!

David Bullock

concerned DNS-namespace citizen