I think there should be more ways to unwrap a domain

If someone owns Apple.eth and renews it for a thousand years and then puts it in a contract and burns their permissions, then the only way to unwrap it is to wait until it expires correct? I know it could cause more problems but if Apple.eth owner decides to accept an offer from Apple, shouldn’t there be a way to unwrap it? Maybe a majority vote by the existing subdomains or ENS community? I guess my concern is that using the wrapper this early on might disincentive other individuals and companies from adopting ENS. Why would Apple adopt ENS if Apple.eth, iPhone.eth. iPad.eth, etc are unavailable and no amount of money can change that? Even if Apple filed a lawsuit and won via squatting laws they wouldn’t be able to obtain the name. Seems problematic to me

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