From: Erik van der Poel (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 18 2005 - 19:27:07 CST
I seem to have written something that might upset someone again. I am
really sorry. You guys have done a lot of good work and put a lot of
information on your Web site regarding IDN. A lot of it is educational
in nature, and a lot of it seems to indicate that you have sound
policies in place.
It was unfair of me to accuse you (and other TLD operators) of only
wanting to make money (and not being interested in the phishing problem).
I apologize, and hope that you will send comments to one or both of
these mailing lists when you're ready.
> Also, I'm guessing that any "one label, one writing system" rule cannot
> really be mandated, since TLD operators have historically been free to
> do whatever they want, to make as much money as they want. So this rule
> would just be a guideline (Klensin's document is titled "Suggested
> Practices ...") and the TLD operators could follow it, if they wish to
> combat the IDN spoofing problem more than they wish to make money (in
> the short term :-)
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