Poor Verisign

The retards at Verisign act like victims when ICANN ask them to remove their .net and .com DNS wildcards, according to The Washington Post in “VeriSign Freezes Search Service”:

Without so much as a hearing, ICANN today formally asked us to shut down the Site Finder service,” said VeriSign spokesman Tom Galvin. “We will accede to their request while we explore all of our options.

Verislime continues to pretend there's nothing wrong in what they've done, yet I haven't heard any positive reactions to it, except from Verisign's own propaganda department. Take for example Danish ISP pil.dk who offers customers with domains registered at Verisign to transfer away from Verisign for free [da]. This is great, as is anything else that may hurt Versign.