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Re: panix hijack press
Mark Jeftovic wrote:
On Wed, 19 Jan 2005, William Allen Simpson wrote:I stand corrected (although I cannot find it actually _in_ the policy);
it's good to learn something new every day.
However, that still looks to me like "Users can only ask that domains
be locked." Unless you are claiming that users can send the lock
request directly to the registry, and monitor its status.
i dont think anyone is blaming the victim...what evidence do you have to
I repeat, the domain locking red-herring has absolutely nothing to do with this domain hijacking. Gosh officer, if she'd only had a big padlock on her purse, I wouldn't have stolen it. Gosh judge, if she'd only worn running shoes instead of those sexy high heels, I couldn't catch and rape her; the shoes made me do it. Stop blaming the victim!
a user can lock a domain..they can login to the control panel for there
Not that I've ever noticed. Are you actually a network operator anywhere? Are you even _in_ North America? Your email isn't.... But then, the domain locking red-herring has absolutely nothing to do with this domain hijacking. Stop blaming the victim! -- William Allen Simpson Key fingerprint = 17 40 5E 67 15 6F 31 26 DD 0D B9 9B 6A 15 2C 32