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Frontier Compliance: A Communication System Emerging in Cyberspace
Unformatted Document Text:  17 problem is diminished as more and more registrars using other languages are in service, non-English speaking registrants still have relatively more difficulty in dealing with dispute resolution. The fact that remedies are limited to domain name transfer or cancellation, and that there is no opportunity for an appeal in the UDRP system may also burden the domain name registrants who are unfamiliar with the new system. Whether the UDRP system purports for speed, convenience, and simplicity at the expense of neutrality and fairness may be an important question regarding the procedural issues of the UDRP. The Resulting System of Compliance Thus, what kind of a system evolves from these attempts for self-governance that arise from the frontier conditions? What are the outcomes of this new system of governance and communication? In the West, the vigilante committees and sheriffs that resulted from the attempts for self-governance often had more drawbacks than advantages. While vigilantes believed their harsh justice an effective and quick means of dealing with outlaw activities and disputes, they were often deplored as perpetuating abuses more dangerous than those which they seek to remedy (Rosa, 1969, p. 21). There was a clear tendency of vigilante movements to become tools of men of wealth such as bankers, railroad owners, ranchers, etc., which they wielded for their narrow self- interest (Lewis, 1996, p. 266). The sheriffs were not independent nor just as they depended on those with money and the organization for their election, and the paymasters in turn expected their sheriff to protect and serve their interests (Lewis, 1996, p. 261). Even as the cities, states, and territories of the West gradually managed to establish law in the West, the self-organized body assumed the functions of a judicial tribunal to punish offences against life and property, (Rosa, 1969, p. 25). However, the self-governing mechanism that appeared in the frontier condition solved problems not for most, ordinary people but only for a few: the rich and powerful. The relative lack of justice to the otherwise law-abiding citizens was the major drawback of the vigilante system. Similar situations seem to be occurring in cyberspace. The following analysis of the proceedings and decisions of the UDRP shows the fundamental lack of neutrality and unfairness of the new dispute resolution system. Submission of Response Since the commencement of the first proceeding, 6,102 decisions were made

Authors: Woo, Jisuk.
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problem is diminished as more and more registrars using other languages are in service,
non-English speaking registrants still have relatively more difficulty in dealing with
dispute resolution. The fact that remedies are limited to domain name transfer or
cancellation, and that there is no opportunity for an appeal in the UDRP system may
also burden the domain name registrants who are unfamiliar with the new system.
Whether the UDRP system purports for speed, convenience, and simplicity at the
expense of neutrality and fairness may be an important question regarding the
procedural issues of the UDRP.
The Resulting System of Compliance
Thus, what kind of a system evolves from these attempts for self-governance
that arise from the frontier conditions? What are the outcomes of this new system of
governance and communication? In the West, the vigilante committees and sheriffs that
resulted from the attempts for self-governance often had more drawbacks than
advantages. While vigilantes believed their harsh justice an effective and quick means
of dealing with outlaw activities and disputes, they were often deplored as perpetuating
abuses more dangerous than those which they seek to remedy (Rosa, 1969, p. 21). There
was a clear tendency of vigilante movements to become tools of men of wealth such as
bankers, railroad owners, ranchers, etc., which they wielded for their narrow self-
interest (Lewis, 1996, p. 266). The sheriffs were not independent nor just as they
depended on those with money and the organization for their election, and the
paymasters in turn expected their sheriff to protect and serve their interests (Lewis, 1996,
p. 261). Even as the cities, states, and territories of the West gradually managed to
establish law in the West, the self-organized body assumed the functions of a judicial
tribunal to punish offences against life and property, (Rosa, 1969, p. 25). However, the
self-governing mechanism that appeared in the frontier condition solved problems not
for most, ordinary people but only for a few: the rich and powerful. The relative lack of
justice to the otherwise law-abiding citizens was the major drawback of the vigilante
system. Similar situations seem to be occurring in cyberspace. The following analysis of
the proceedings and decisions of the UDRP shows the fundamental lack of neutrality
and unfairness of the new dispute resolution system.
Submission of Response
Since the commencement of the first proceeding, 6,102 decisions were made


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