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[alac] Re: Regional TLDs

  • To: ALAC <alac@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: [alac] Re: Regional TLDs
  • From: Bret Fausett <bfausett@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2006 17:15:04 -0800

This question on Circle-ID nails the issue: did .CAT set precedent for regional TLDs?

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Date: January 17, 2006 4:52:07 PM PST
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Subject: Someone responded to: Ask Vint Cerf: The Road Ahead for Top-Level Domains
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Someone just responded to the a post you subscribed to at CircleID

Comment For:
Ask Vint Cerf: The Road Ahead for Top-Level Domains

http://www.circleid.com/posts/ ask_vint_cerf_the_road_ahead_for_top_level_domains/#1743
By Paul Mockapetris

I have several friends from Barcelona, and I wish them well with regard to
the new .CAT TLD. On the other hand I note there are other groups in a
variety of countries that could claim equal status: Basques in Spain,
Navajos is the US, Hawaiians, etc. Possibly even more than the 17,576 or so
possible 3 letter TLDs.

Is .CAT special or should the others expect equal treatment from ICANN?

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