From: Joel Jaakkola <joel.jaakkola@lm.vn.fi>
To: NTIADC40.NTIAHQ40(dns)
Date: 2/19/98 10:02am
Subject: deadline for comments?

Dear Sirs,

Could you please tell me the deadline for filing comments on the draft
plan for the future organization of the Internet.

Thank you,

Joel Jaakkola
joel.jaakkola@lm.vn.fi

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From: <SVERECK@aol.com>
To: NTIADC40.NTIAHQ40(dns)
Date: 2/19/98 2:10pm
Subject: Suggestion for Adult Content

I would like to propose to you that a domain name be given to sites with adult
content. Adult content can be given the *.adu name. I believe in free speech
on the internet, but feel the current system does not seperate the subject
matter enough. By using *.adu for adult content, schools, my children, and any
other persons who may be offended by such material can be guarded from it. You
would not find Dr. Seuss books on the same shelf as an adult magazine, but
this is how it is on the internet. I want my children, and the schools to
learn from the internet. As anyone who has surfed the internet knows, adult
content sites and adult pictures are everywhere. Software that blocks these
sites are ineffective. Again, I am not anti-anything on what should or should
not be on the internet. I just think all would benefit from the *.adu name.
Looking forward to your feedback.

Craig R. Eckenrode
Lan Manager
USAF

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From: Bob Helfant <bhelfant@globecomm.com>
To: NTIADC40.NTIAHQ40(dns)
Date: 2/19/98 4:50pm
Subject: comment period

I understood that the comment period for the green paper was still open,
but do not see any text on the site. What is the comment period and where
should I send a comment?

Bob Helfant
GlobeComm

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From: Peter Vollrath <pvollrat@UCSD.Edu>
To: NTIADC40.NTIAHQ40(dns)
Date: 2/19/98 10:28pm
Subject: .orb and .luna domain names

Please include .luna as a domain name. (I like luna over moon because
of its Latin roots)

If you gave rights to the first private company to set up a functional
node on or orbiting the moon, it would encourage technologic development
needed in many countries. Since getting there is the major prohibitive
cost in lunar missions, any company interested in obtaining rights to
the domain name w121ould definately have earned it by developing a cost
effective way of getting there.

Additionally, .orb for being in orbit would be appropropriately given to
the first privately funded operational manned station in orbit about
earth.

Peter Vollrath

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