The Intellectual Property Constituency has asked that, as a condition of Verisign's ongoing management of the .NET top-level domain, that they should be required to act as private
copyright trademark cops. Among the IPC's demands are that .NET domains should be subject to suspension on copyright trademark complaints and that anonymous or privacy-shielded .NET domains should be abolished. You can comment on the process by emailing email@example.com, but you must do so today.
Urgent: Now Intellectual Property Group Wants to Apply New Rights Protections to .Net
Update: I've just filed comments on behalf of Boing Boing. A copy is here.