[policy] When Tech Meets Policy...

but today that provision is: If you buy a domain you have 5 days to
'return' it. The reason behind the return could be: "oops, I typo'd"

Fine, I don't recall that being the case previously so somone thought
to introduce it

"hurray, please refund me for the 1M domains I bought 4.99 days ago!". The
'protect the consumer' problem is what's enabling tasting.

but it's not rocket science to see this simple abuse nor to stop it
"one mistake, fine. N mistakes? better take more care, sorry"

Sounds like poor management, they can easily redeem the situation
by changing the rules again.

Why haven't they? This is now sounding like willful negligence