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Whoa. This is big news for anyone who owns a domain, and certainly for folks who buy and sell them. "The California Federal Court decision should make it crystal clear to would-be domain name purchasers that true ownership of a domain name is not based on what is in the whois records."
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from mike 2126 Days ago #
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Awesome news! The whoel idea of a public system, that has so very few checks and balances in place, as a determinant of ownership is crazy nuts. There really needs to be a LESS easy way to edit true ownership, or someway to know that a domain truly belongs to someone/some entity. Dunno what that is / should look like, because the cost would increase DRAMATICALLY, but there does need to be a way to do that for, perhaps, premium accounts.

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