Owing to its nature as a hierarchical inverted tree, the DNS system is problematic in that it imposes a pseudo-scientific hegemony based on culturally unfounded technological determinism which constrains the labeling narratives for disadvantaged classes of people and devices.
DNS names, web addresses, Qtypes and Class Values are social constructs, those who initially formalized them via RFC authorship can garner unfair advantage over later participants who must follow arbitrary standards lest they endure marginalization and exclusion.
After extensive consultations with stakeholders, including disaffected groups and under-recognized normativities , easyDNS convened a committee toward a Fairness Memorandum and Learning (“FML”) to address systemic oppression in naming post-structuralism and neo-classical addressing deficiencies, with scope not limited to: discrimination, exploitation, hypersensitivity, hypermoralization, unequal outcomes and fragility.
The FML concluded that historical asymmetries would be attenuated through implementation of a tiered pricing structure that rectifies intersectional inequity.
By providing discounts on domains and DNS services for the historically disadvantaged, while charging additional premiums on same services to members of classes benefiting from unearned advantage and privilege, coerced assimilation into predefined technological constructs can be ameliorated.
The new social justice pricing structure is active immediately with retroactive effect.
To view pricing, please review the pricing matrix in section 2A:
(Important: locate your pricing quadrant according to your personally identified class attribution and not your assigned markers)