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Wednesday, 08 October 2003

VeriSign Cares

No, really, they do. On SiteFinder (of course):

ICANN committee member Ken Silva, vice president of networks and security at VeriSign, questioned if some of Schairer's concerns with Site Finder related to the security and stability focus of the ICANN meeting. "Is a 10 percent increase in spam a stability or security issue?" Silva asked. "Or is it an inconvenience to a small number of users?" [Infoworld]

Ooh, let me think about this for a while. Bitter? Angry? Me? Course not.

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Technovia Oct 8, 2003 10:24 AM
Dan Hon gives a great quote from VeriSign's Ken Silva (also an ICANN member) asking if a 10% increase in spam due to the SiteFinder debacle is anything more than an inconvenience to a small number of users." I know:
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