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Re: URI Renting Re: minutes: TAG teleconference 2004-09-13 for review

From: Karl Dubost <karl@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2004 01:03:50 -0400
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Le 29 sept. 2004, à 23:30, Joshua Allen a écrit :
>> Le 29 sept. 2004, à 05:47, Joshua Allen a écrit :
>>> A larger percentage of Americans "own" their homes today than ever
>>> before, but only so long as they continue making mortgage payments.
>> counter example, that in France, if you don't have enough
>> resources, your taxes are cut.
> How is that relevant?  It's exactly the same in the U.S.
> Regardless; people with mortgages *own* their homes, just as people 
> with registered domain names *own* their domain names.  There is 
> nothing confusing about this.  The distinction is just as clear for 
> French as for English.

I still disagree you don't own your domain name. You own your land. 
There's a fixed price to it. When you inherit it you don't pay for it, 

You don't own a domain name. I'm sorry. I don't know how to explain.

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