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Re: what problem are we solving? (was Re: ICANN opens up Pandora's Box of new TLDs)
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AATbSgAABAAAAAP+1+63SBGRYYQR0hFiqgsAQAAAAA=@xxxxxxxxx>, Frank Bulk - iNAME <frnkblk@xxxxxxxxx> writes
One way to provide protection is too allow those who have the domain portion of any domain.(com|net|org|...) to have first dibs for the domain of any new gTLD. i.e. if nanog.org, nanog.com, nanog.net, etc. would have first dibs on nanog.thisisgreatstuff.
All have different registrants.
Now, what I did think this week in Paris, listening to all this stuff, was that maybe there could be one big race/auction for something like mytrademark.sunrise, and then all the sunrise periods of all the other new tlds should automatically import as a reserved name, all the mytrademarks (but if the registration wasn't taken up by the end of the sunrise period, it could be thrown back in the pot).