Why does one need to wait for trouble to strike before
taking action to
Because you have not presented any evidence to suggest there is any tangible
risk, and perhaps more importantly there is a cost associated with the
action you propose
A cost which will be worn by industry, and utimately by registrants who have
to pay for running ISOCNZ.
How about a policy that says "if it aint broke - dont create policy to fix
All this gives weight to the argument that the .nz ccTLD would be better
administered by an entity focused on the needs of industry, rather than a
club like ISOCNZ which has become a front for a company with desires none of
us know anything about.
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