I’m not a legal expert but I think this needs to be brought up…
Since a majority of HiFi domains will be run by users themselves, they are going to be responsible for their own legal issues.
This one seems a bit tricky to me. This would be similar to assets being sold for use on websites like web templates, fonts and images I suppose.
Assets and takedown notices
Who is going to handle takedown notices? Highfidelity?
There is probably going to need to be a way to get contact info for domain owners aside from their highfidelity name, such as a whois unless HighFidelity LLC is going to require subpoenas in order to issue takedown notices to domain owners. In the HiFi directory the owner is listed but only by their HiFi name.
What if somebody makes an anonymous HiFi account and opens a domain that runs scripts that cause damage to users? I suppose it would be similar to owners of harmful websites, but the difference is domain names have whois info and HiFi domains do not (or do they?).