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Re: Is the .to (Tonga) domain completely rogue and should be removed?
Has Aaron read a word of this discussion? How can he reply over and over and not have understood a word of it. As of last time I checked, around 2:30PM EDT 10/1/98, the porn site involved in spamming and domain hijacking etc had an operational address within the .to name space, and they continue to spam and hijack/forge, the bounces and complaints are still coming in. On October 1, 1998 at 13:00 email@example.com (Aaron Goldblatt) wrote: > >The server with the tongan consulate net address appears to be a web > >server for some software company and has nothing to do with Tonga as > >far as I can tell. Is it located at the Tongan consulate? > > Why is this your business? Are you responsible for policing the .to TLD, > or are you responsible for administering the network at the Tongan San > Francisco Consulate? > > If the answer is no to both of the above (and I suspect it is), get off it. > > ag -- -Barry Shein Software Tool & Die | firstname.lastname@example.org | http://www.world.com Purveyors to the Trade | Voice: 617-739-0202 | Login: 617-739-WRLD The World | Public Access Internet | Since 1989 *oo*