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NSI's opt-out policy (fwd)

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Date: Mon, 19 Apr 1999 15:19:36 -0600
From: Steve <steve@spinn.net>
Subject: NSI's opt-out policy

"In addition to URLs, the directory will contain information such as
business addresses, number of employees, sales, and phone numbers. According
to the company, opting out of the database won't be possible at the launch
of the Dot Com Directory, although NSI intends to allow companies to remove
themselves in the future."

What the hell good is it going to do to opt out after your name is already
on hundreds or thousands of mailing lists in circulation?!  Is anyone else
infuriated and insulted just by the fact that NSI thinks we are this stupid?
Does anyone know if ICANN is doing anything about this?  It is just amazing
what happens to people when they attain power.


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