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Flood göndermek, insanların floodlarını okumak ve diğer insanlarla bağlantı kurmak için sosyal Floodlar ve Flood Yanıtları Motorumuza kaydolun.

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Flood göndermek, insanların floodlarını okumak ve diğer insanlarla bağlantı kurmak için sosyal Floodlar ve Flood Yanıtları Motorumuza giriş yapın.

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Please briefly explain why you feel this user should be reported.

This means they could effectively shut down hundreds of sites, including wikipedia and archive.org

This means they could effectively shut down hundreds of sites, including wikipedia and archive.org

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  1. Fortunately California is on the job. Couldn’t the White House have done the same to protect us, but with an even bigger megaphone than CA?
    Shows who has our backs and who doesn’t care about us.

  2. yeah, and ending net neutrality will kill the internet.

    – everybody, until it didn’t happen

  3. If this goes through, I say we mail letters of disgust to the parent company. Everyday, for months…

    ​

    Or just hack their shit 😀

  4. Oh my god who cares they’ll just move somewhere else

  5. Would they not just change to a .com or the like? This is shitty and chilling news for sure, but how would that “shut down hundreds of sites”?

  6. They would _move_. We would find them in a moment using search engines.

  7. If government doesn’t stick their head into this and pretend they aren’t the ones who ruined the internet and this does go through, the free market will cause competition in other TLDs bringing down prices and in turn allowing these companies to exist. I think Wikipedia can afford $15 a year, the standard for lesser used TLDs. It’s not big techs fault, it’s the governments

  8. How would this shut down hundreds of sites? If they started jacking up .org prices to the point that these sites couldn’t afford it, couldn’t they just switch to another domain suffix? Doesn’t seem like Wikipedia would have any issues getting people to go to their new domain and most people Google website names rather than type in URLs so transitions to new domains shouldn’t be an existential threat for any website.

  9. Love that they chose the name “Ethos” too. What a bunch of dickbags.

  10. The article seems to say this just about registration fees. Is that really such a big deal? A .org domain registration fee seems to be about average, if not a few dollars higher than .com and .net. What evidence is there that the market would support jacked up prices?

  11. Let’s put ICANN under US regulation, considering how they protect freedom of speech surely they can protect the take over.

  12. > ISOC has cleared the sale to move forward, despite the opposition of its own Chapters Advisory Council **and the troubling arrangement that PIR would take on $300 million in debt** as part of the deal

    Sounds a typical raider buyout:

    1. acquire the company
    2. arrange for the original entity to take on a boatload of debt under its name; forward that cash to the new owners
    3. new owners cut the old entity loose, stripped of its assets
    4. old entity cannot service the debt it now owes, declares bankruptcy

  13. Leaving any sort of Internet “governance” in the hands of yanks is a disaster waiting to happen. Despite inventing it, they’ve done some of the most effort of any country to try to strangle the Internet. We need to move to a decentralized model not dominated by any specific groups, especially american ones.

  14. Why ~~is US~~ are big tech corporations in the US always hell bent on fucking the internet over?

    Edit: Didn’t want this to get political. Sorry for the generalization.

  15. Affected sites would just move to a new domain. Probably not a big deal.