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  • From: kevin <krattai AT>
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  • Subject: Re: [opennic-discuss] New TLD proposals
  • Date: Fri, 08 Feb 2019 13:30:47 -0600

I'm unclear on why more country based TLDs are necessary?  I understand
the ICANN restrictions and privacy issues, but not sure what other
value is added or how why someone wouldn't just use some other, non-
country TLD.

You discuss enforcing "minimal hard limits" regarding unacceptable free
speech and to me, it just appears that the operations would be just as
vague as any other.  Specifically regarding illegal activity or
intellectual property, what legal jurisdiction would be applied?
 Something illegal in the US may not be illegal in China or Russia and
intellectual property is yet another vague legal realm.

Those are just some quick thoughts and comments on the proposal.


On Fri, 2019-02-08 at 09:13 -0500, r3d_f0x wrote:
> I have a few new TLD proposals with a charter listed at 
> and under http using any
> of 
> those listed TLDs.  All of the TLDs are currently in a "beta" form
> where 
> they can be used through my Tier 2 server.  I'm taking registrations
> and 
> I already have a few domains registered.
> My Tier 2 server has not been active for three months so I am not
> yet 
> eligible to implement those TLDs yet.  In the time before then I hope
> to 
> get feedback on the charter, policies and TLDs so I'll be ready when
> am eligible to have TLDs approved.
> Here's a list of TLDs I'm proposing:
> .rfs General
> .sct Scotland
> .pol Poland
> .ros Russia
> .ssr Former USSR countries
> .mag Hungary
> .srb Serbia
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