NSI still using FUD against ICANN
Looks to me like a bunch of Network Solutions FUD
trying to cloud the waters. ICANN is doing the best they can to ensure a stable Internet domain system, but is having a terrible time due to the uncooperation of NSI. NSI is in an uproar about the miniscule $1 per year fee they plan to levy on each registered domain name, simply to cover administrative costs. This seems pretty insignificant in comparison to the $70 NSI charges for a two year registration.
ICANN seems to be straight-forward about everything they are doing. They have responded very politely
to the FUD.
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