ICANN to Verisign: cease and desist!

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Wow. Check out this letter from ICANN president Paul Twomey to Verisign EVP Russell Lewis, dated today:

Given the magnitude of the issues that have been raised, and their potential impact on the security and stability of the Internet, the DNS and the .com and .net top level domains, VeriSign must suspend the changes to the .com and .net top-level domains introduced on 15 September 2003 by 6:00 PM PDT on 4 October 2003. Failure to comply with this demand by that time will leave ICANN with no choice but to seek promptly to enforce VeriSign's contractual obligations.

You go, ICANN.

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