Nonetheless, some privacy advocates are proposing scrapping the system entirely because they can't agree with the people who use the system on how to give domain name owners more options when they register - such as designating third-party agents. Privacy advocates say individuals shouldn't have to reveal personal information simply to have a Web site.
The so-called "sunset" proposal is expected to come up Wednesday before a committee of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN, a key Internet oversight agency.
Concerns about anonymity seem to be trumping common sense here. If you think the Internet is the Wild West now, wait until anybody can do anything without the general public being able to easily find out who is doing it. Spammers and scammers and spoofers, start your engines.
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