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Re: ICANN requirement for "information refreshing"?
Is funny that both ICANN and law enforcement are trying to clean up whois information to facilitate investigative capabilities. What a crock. On paper, and in theory, having 'clean' whois data is nice, and helpful for tech problems, which is the reason I think why it's there in the first place. As if nobody thought about having a 'front man' doing a registration, or even that the Registrars will be able to truly implement such data-integrity protocols, among any other ways to muck with this info. I mean, garbage in, garbage out. Are they going to go door-to-door like censustakers to verify this info? The reality is it will never work, and besides - any smart criminal will simply use another domain name, or not even USE a domain name.....a power-user computer criminal shouldn't have problems remembering a few IP addys. If they can't, they're stupid and deserve to be caught. rick infowarrior.org > From: Martin Hannigan <email@example.com> > Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2002 23:51:14 -0400 (EDT) > To: Jake Baillie <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Cc: "Howard C. Berkowitz" <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Subject: Re: ICANN requirement for "information refreshing"? > > > On Tue, 18 Jun 2002, Jake Baillie wrote: > >> >> At 07:09 PM 6/18/2002 -0400, Howard C. Berkowitz wrote: >> >>> On searching the ICANN-Verisign contract at the ICANN site, I could find >>> no requirement for refreshing. I'm concerned this may be a covert >>> marketing activity, since the web page for "refreshing" very easily could >>> have led me into buying services from Verisign. This seems to be of >>> operational interest to service providers hosting domains, if >>> Verisign/Netsol can confuse people into shifting their service to them. >> >> (from ICANN Registrar Accreditation Agreement - >> http://www.icann.org/registrars/ra-agreement-17may01.htm): >> >> 3.4.1 During the Term of this Agreement, Registrar shall maintain its own >> electronic database, as updated from time to time, containing data for each >> active Registered Name sponsored by it within each TLD for which it is >> accredited. The data for each such registration shall include the elements >> listed in Subsections 220.127.116.11 through 18.104.22.168; the name and (where >> available) postal address, e-mail address, voice telephone number, and fax >> number of the billing contact; and any other Registry Data that Registrar >> has submitted to the Registry Operator or placed in the Registry Database >> under Subsection 3.2. >> >> I guess you could consider that email as an attempt to "maintain" their >> database. That being said, the email I received contains a link which sends >> me to their homepage. Not very helpful if you're clueless about such matters. > > I too got one. Define "refresh". as far as I'm read it, if my > data is accurate, I'm all set. > > Bah. Spammers. > >