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  I believe the definition of an ISP for the .net.uk TLD is too narrow, in fact why limit it to ISP's at all ?

There is no technical difference between the different TLD's, merely a perception and marketing one. If an individual or company wishes to market itself as a .net.uk ie a "network" why should it be precluded from doing so ? For arguments sake Avon could register itself as a .net.uk as its a "selling network".

To severely limit the .net.uk TLD as proposed strikes me as an elitist and purist approach which a public registrar should have no role in creating. It also restricts the revenue potential of the TLD to a handful of registrants

As far as I am aware there are no such restrictions on the .net TLD.

Andrew Stubbs

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