Randy Bush wrote:
> As you can realize, what I propose, includes a new admission critera:Good point Randy! >;) Although I believe you saying this is jest
> adding to the condition that have to have a domain name, also have to have
> an operative website and/operative e-mail address using such Internet
> Domain Name
but this is the _domain_name_ holders' constituency, not a web site or email
I agree with Vany that common sense is needed. That is why most countries
> Well..in this part I exclude the statement where organizations that use
> web for commercial activity even when their other activities are
> non-commercial because as I stated in the e-mail I wrote: exists
> charitable organizations that organize sells of articles and they can do
> it via internet in order to get funds to do charity. In such cases like
> this one, common sense is needed.
hmmm. to use a us analogy, you are worried about the school which runs a
Now as to your point Randy, I will use an example.
My oldest daughter goes to a private school, they have bake sales,
sales, flea markets, and all manner of things of this nature to raise money
for certain school special trips, and other in school facilities. This IS
commercial activity, and as such disqualifies them as a NON-COMMERCIAL
educational facility. Therefore, although they have their own Domain Name
and many E-mail addresses, >;), they cannot qualify legally as a
NON-COMMERCIAL entity and therefore it follows that they are not reasonably
eligible for membership to the NCDNHC. :( BTW they annually generate
over $400k in revenue from these activities! >;)
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