The ICANN wanted some screenshots but when I emailed them it bounced due to the message size. So I uploaded them a cloud CDN and sent them the links showing how the provider’s portal is broken.
Notice the red error message on the top of the logon. It shows my social logon cannot be determined.
Given the problems with using the facebook account, it clear I cannot manage my domain in any manner. This is an example of clear moral turpitude which under common law is lost business earnings etc. The liability is clear.
If the ICANN cannot or will not correct the problem then under common law they would be an accessory. That would expose them to additional lost business earnings. Pecuniary damages are obviated. Punitive damages are possible.
Given the lock out from the registrar’s portal immediately leads to wilful bad behaviour which would give cause of action for a criminal complaint.
SCREENSHOT OF THE SITE
You can see the URL clearly on the address bar. This proves the existable of the site using www.hardcoregames.biz was extant.
The Lenovo x230 has a 1366×768 resolution screen but it is quite capable to handling the site. The LG 27UL500 LCD is 3840×2160 so clearly there is a lot of disparity in screen sizes with Windows machines. The iPhone 7 plus is 1920×1080 but the small screen is hard to read when the text is too small.
Many text books on damages have been published but this brief summary is intended to show how much work has been done here to defend this site from tortfeasors taking steps against it over the years. While this summary is based on my experience in Canada, others in the commonwealth and other common law jurisdictions may find some interest. A lawyer can answer questions if any arise.
Damages designed to compensate a plaintiff for suffering intangible damages such as humiliation and distress, as a result of the defendant’s actions.
Damages awarded for actual loss, in order to place the plaintiff in a position that he or she would have been in had he or she not suffered the wrong complained of.
Damages for non-monetary losses suffered by a plaintiff. These damages are not capable of exact quantification. Examples of such losses suffered include pain, suffering, and disfigurement.
Token (i.e. small) damages awarded to redress a violation of a legal right that the law deems necessary to protect, even in the absence of actual harm.
Damages that cannot be measured in money, but nevertheless are compensated for with money (i.e., general damages).
Damages that can be measured in money (i.e., special damages).
Damages awarded to punish a defendant for their purposely harsh, vindictive or malicious behaviour.
Damages intended to compensate a plaintiff for a quantifiable monetary loss. Examples of such losses include: lost earnings, medical bills, and repair costs.
LOST BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
In common law a claim for lost business earning including forward lost earnings are viable. Google and Alexa now holds this provisional site as very low ranked as the content from hardcoregames.biz is not easily available.