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||Wed, June 6, 2001 at 5:43 PM GMT
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||Personal preference irrelevant
Personal preferences are irrelevant - as is the logical choice for ccTLD and ccSLD
that has been chosen.|
America already have .us - then they will have to adopt .amer
as per your ccTLD requirement - for standardization (as there should be).
think they will go for it?
Neither do I.
To answer your hypothetical question
- .com.uk is the answer as both personal and logical choice, in place of co.uk.
have spent a fortune promoting their Internet identity.
Though you have good ideas
- it would be silly and costly to change TLD now.
Not that the ICANN listen to
us anyway ;-)