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Der Domain Name Berlin.Berlin ist in der Luft!
Der Domain Name Berlin.Berlin ist in der Luft!

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ICANN corruption - fresh in 2015! Jan 1 & 2

See http://icann-corruption.blogspot.nl/

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ICANN und dot Berlin halten sich dumm und taub - werden sie letlich doch zerbrechen gegen intellekutelles Eigentumsgesetz?

Der Streit um dot Berlin - 

https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/113209828126762813592/113209828126762813592/posts

Kleiner Streit im Himmel über dot Berlin: wer besitzt eigentlich die Extension dot Berlin?

Am 12 November 2012, als bei  ICANN alle .berlin Anfrage abgewiesen worden seien, bekam die andere Organisation, AltRootFoundation.org, die Genehmigung um dot Berlin zu nützen. Und 12 November war http://berlin.berlin online, wie Sie damals sehen konnten und immer noch sehen können (mit dem Multiwebsphere Browser, http://Multiwebpshere.com, ert installieren, öffnen und dan http://berlin.berlin eingeben).

Icann und Bürgemeister Wohwereith wurden verständitgt.

Aber in 2013/Juli 2013 entschloss Icann AUCH eine Genehmigung für dot Berlin ab zu gebeb, nämlich an dotBerlinGmbh.

Multiwebsphere findet a) is bekam eher eine Genehmigung b) es wollte Berlin helfen, nach zwei Ablehungen durch Icann, und war auch erster met .berlin in der Luft.

Im Sinne  des Intuellekten Eigentums had Multiwebshpere Recht.

Für die Bürger macht is nicht aus, auch nich in Preis.

Jetzt hat Multiwebsphere gestern, 22 August 2013, einen Brief geschikckt an Icann worin es das Intellektuelle Eigentum von dot Berlin beansprucht.

Wie wird er ausgehen, dieser kleiner Sturm über Berlin?

////////////////DER CLAIM/ANSPRUCH///////////////////

Dear dot Berlin GMBH, info@dotberlin.com, info@dotberlin.de, cc 
>> icann@icann.org
>>
>> Would you be so kind to acknowledge the receipt of this mail? Thank >> you for your courtesy.
>>
>> Though we could write German, we prefer to write in English now, for >> international reasons.
>>
>> We, Multiwebsphere ltd., Chamber of Commerce Cologne, claim to be the >> IP (Intellectual Property) Holder of the .berlin extension.
>>
>> That because we were the first ever to be online with a dot berlin in 
>> history ever: November 12, 2012. You can also currently see the site >> that is on http://berlin.berlin: download the browser of 
>> http://Multiwebsphere.com, install and open it, and thereafter watch >> http://berlin.berlin.
>>
>> One has to be aware that there is not legal basis at all that 
>> Icann.org would have the monopoly who decides who 'may' have a domain >> extension.
>>
>> Since 2012, there is a SECOND worldwide authority in assigning names and numbers, being: AltRootFoundation.org
>>
>> Multiwebsphere ltd. applied for the dot berlin extension there, and 
>> it was approved long before decisions as of Icann in 2013.
>>
>> To our opinion in IP-law the criterium for 'who gets the extension' 
>> is: 'Who is online first?' with an extension, and has indeed a 
>> website on it.
>>
>> Do you agree with our views? Do you disagree?
>>
>> Please share your views with us, and arguments. We would suggest: let us keep out lawyers to the maximum, but let us mutually exchange  arguments, send each other jurisprudence etc .
>>
>> In case you are surprised, then ask Icann why they did not inform you >> around November 12, 2012 - the AltRootFoundation did inform Icann >> that time about their approval of the extension .berlin - being far ahead of Icann decisions.
>>
>> We are looking forward to your response.
>>
>> Yours sincerely,
>>
>> Jolanda de Hoge,
>> executive assistent Multiwebsphere ltd.
>> berlin@multiwebsphere.com
>> August 22, 2013

ADDENDUM 23 aug 2013 - good faith
>
> At fall 2012, the dot Berlin name was rejected at least twice by 
> Icann. We have sympathy for Berlin, and in order to help Berlin we 
> applied for dot Berlin at the AltRootFoundation.org, received the 
> approval, launched the first site, http://berlin.berlin. om 12 
> November 2012._
>
> ICANN, as well as mayor of Berlin, Mr. Wohweirath, were notified but 
> gave no return.
>
> It is only later, in 2013, that Icann - very much to our surprise, but 
> also ALREADY knowing dot berlin was realized and claimed by 
> AltRootFoundation.org, that Icann decided to approve dot berlin as 
> well (AltRootFoundation had approved dot Berlin already in the cause of 2012).
>
> Thank you for your previous receipt confirmation, and thank you for 
> the receipt confirmations of this ADDENDUM in advance.
>
> Yours sincerely,
>
> berlin@multiwebsphere.com,
> Jolanda van de Hoge,
> executive assistant.
> 23 August 2013

http://multiwebshpere.com

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New blogspot on gTLD's !

This blogspot is FULLY INTERACTIVE so post your opinions, questions, and suggestions!

http://new-gtlds.blogspot.nl/

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ALT ROOT fans,  partners, service providers: please unite worldwide!

Altrootfoundation.org seeks to enlarge fangroup, 'stakeholders' etc. 

Altrootfoundation.org and Multiwebsphere.com 'finished' their work on August 6, 2013: through Multiwebsphere.com you can download the browser, and see any altroot domain and site you want. From the Open Nic domains, up to Multiwebshpere domains/sites as http://art.art and http://berlin.berlin

However, last week, despite broad announcement, the interest was disappointing: 40 unique visitors for the initiative of http://dotgraphene.org, per day 5- 10 visitors for Altrootfoundation.org and Multiwebsphere.com.

This is too little to succeed, although I know a weeks time is short.

THEREFORE: we are looking for more partners, cooperators, shareholders, fee-earners (% of sales) , advertisers etc. to make it work. We are with 4 key people, I am 'boss'/chairman/main chairman, please mail me on info@altrootfoundation.org if you have any idea to cooperate - and then of course also: take part in turnover and profit.

As Linkedin has the most succesfull discussion groups, we launched the OPEN and UNCENSURED alt root group:

http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Altroot-fans-cooperating-growing-worldwide-5137858?trk=myg_ugrp_ovr

Icann.org is far too expensive: it always promises hundreds of new domain names within a few years time, but their track record is: one new domain name per year since 1998. It is a total US monopoly, the managers earn over 1 M USD in their monopolist 'market situation' and it is a shameless US 'fraud' of attracting 2000 applicants for new domain names (status August 2013), each paying appr. 200.000 USD per application per year while less than 1 promille of the applications will be honoured. It is an all-American fraud.

Let us, at least the rest of the world, give altroot a chance. Let's get rid of the US as police agent of the world. 

Please join the altroot movement!

Thank  you.

Philippe Blankert, August 13, 2013, founder and chairman of http://Altrootfoundation.org

http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=5137858&trk=anet_ug_hm
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