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||Wed, October 31, 2001 at 3:51 PM GMT (Wed, October 31, 2001 at 4:51 PM CET)
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"They have not been approved by ICANN to be considered for new TLD - have they?"|
said that new.net or name.space have been approved by ICANN? I wonder???
from these registries could be accessed through the USG root.
"Anybody could do
what new.net are doing, offering fourth level domains to customers - it has no legitimacy."
said there is nothing special to run a registry or to run an alt root. Nearly everyone
could do that ( see dotGOD.com, dotSEX.com, dotUSA.com).
Therefore we have so
and so on
But you have to look
closely what you get for your money!
There are more than 200 ccTLDs available.
Do you register in all? I would say now.
"it has no legitimacy."
Who in the
world has a legitimacy to introduce TLDs? Everyone could do that.
Btw. in the UK
they register Third Level Domains. Have a look at the actual .us domains too.
offers fourth level domains, but for 71 mil users they look like second level domains.