From: AJ McKee (aj.mckee at domain nmtbmedia.com)
Date: Tue 17 Sep 2002 - 10:30:33 IST
>I'm vaguely curious about how you'd boycott what is effectively a
>monopoly with no (current, realistic) chance of a competing service?
Waider, your right it would be very difficult to bycott the IEDR, however
not impossible. Could eveyone just refuse outright to register anymore .ie's
with them and register a complaint with ICAN? I like the idea of ARSE, but I
think that is more of a radical left far extreme somewhere well over there
move :-) Sorry Pron. Perhaps as a last resort something like that could be
We would have to explain to the end user why we refuse to register .ie's. Of
course this would leave us in no position as Eircom would still of course
still register .ie's (Something to do with the brown paper envelopes) So any
action would be futile.
What about an axe the tax style campaign (Yes I know it did not work then)
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