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Re: Broken domain statistics...
Tons of people have used our domain name servers without permission. Of course, we don't set up a domain name without compensation... Dirk On Wed, Feb 11, 1998 at 06:42:49PM -0700, Michael K. Sanders wrote: > In message <email@example.com>, Dalvenjah FoxFire writes: > > > >And if it is, it means that 17% of the folks on the internet are > >paying for domains that don't work. Either that, or something else > >is broken. > > An alternate interpretation might be that 17% (or some portion > thereof) of the domains in .COM are held by domain speculators who > have no intention of paying for them and can't be bothered to provide > DNS for them. > > >I'm posting here because I feel it is an operational issue; that, > >plus I feel there're more folks here who can and will hammer at > >InterNIC to start doing something to enforce their policies that > >require real, authoritative nameservers. > > If nothing else, it might deter casual domain speculators. God forbid > they actually have to configure something before they can register a > domain... No doubt someone would just automate the process, though. >