A novel and convenient service on the board for years at ICANN has hit a snag, apparently. The UK-based .tel service - which stores personal information on DNS itself rather than a web page - received an unfortunate notice from the UK Information Commissioner (IC). The concept behind the service is somewhat analogous to a …
As we say in Tejas
"namely the trademark lobby doesn't want to pay a fee for every records search it conducts."
boo hoo f***ing hoo.
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