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Essays on the DNS by Richard Sexton
SHARING

The myth of registry sharing

Any sufficiently advanced registry makes middlemen obsolete; "registrars" are a synthetic economic construct that defy the inherent efficiencies the Internet brings us.


CORE

If I were in CORE...

Is the answer more, or less private registries with lots and lots of TLD's ? Does it make a difference to a registrar ?


CAIPCON97

CAIP DNS Convention 1997

(Information about caipcon97 goes here)


NOI

NOI Response

In the 1997 the US Government asked for comments regarding the Domain Name System. Here is the paper we filed.


NTIA

Before the U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

National Telecommunications and Information Administration
                            Washington, DC 20230
       In the Matter of                    )
                                           )
       Improvement of Technical Management ) Docket No. 980212036-8036-01
       of Internet Names and Addresses     )
       Comments of Richard J. Sexton


SUNRISE

The Sunrise provision must go.

(Information about sunrise goes here)



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