Joe Abley wrote
The problem is that there are legitimate reasons for
statistics that companies routinely do, which they should not be
required to reveal to their competitors. Note that Domainz is a
competitor to many other companies engaged in business related
to domain registration. ISOCNZ may have a conflict of interest in
dictating policy in this instance.
IMHO, ISOCNZ will have no confilict of interest. If we write a policy, Domainz
will follow it. If that disadvantages Domainz, then there's a problem with the
Domainz business model (I don't think there is :)
Even if it does disadvantage Domainz (and I can't honestly see how, Joe), they
will follow the policy laid down by the Society. Domainz would not be permitted
to not follow an official policy in order to disadvantage a competitor
If the policy specifies what stats are required to be on the webpage, that's
what will appear.
What's next, Joe? ;-)
Mark Harris mark.harris(a)isocnz.org.nz
Councillor, Internet Society of New Zealand
"A waist is a terrible thing to mind"
To unsubscribe from nznog, send email to majordomo(a)list.waikato.ac.nz
where the body of your message reads: