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How dare you!

From: Mary Ayala <Mary@DesignerDoors.com>
Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2001 08:37:27 -0500
Message-ID: <0C0E79993A63D411BC3A00D0B784A7E5148A64@DDMAIL>
To: "'www-patentpolicy-comment@w3.org'" <www-patentpolicy-comment@w3.org>
The very idea that you would demand that businesses that use the web to do
business pay you money to have information on the site that have registered
and payed for is not only ludicrous it's insulting.  Do you really think the
web will go anywhere with policies like this in place.  What are you really
trying to do, drive smaller businesses and individuals off the web?  Perhaps
someone will come up with a different "Web" if you will, with the current
standards and drive "Your" web out of existance.  I am not going to pay a
fee to show MY pictures, that I have legitimately taken with MY camera, on
MY website, which I have paid for the domain rights to.  Perhaps some sort
of legal action will be necessary to block it. I can see a lawsuit already
in progress in case you stupidly decide to do this.  This is my RFC response
- Don't do it, or you'll be sorry.  





Mary Ayala
Mary Ayala, MCIWD   
mary@designerdoors.com
Received on Wednesday, 3 October 2001 09:50:01 GMT

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