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||Sun, July 9, 2000 at 10:46 AM GMT
||Microsoft Internet Explorer V5.0 using Windows 98
||To protect your domain name
>As A small company who have wasted an inordinate amount of Time, resources and money
going up to $30,000 to defend their domain name which was being hijacked by a larger
company, I would not like to have to do the same for other TLDs.|
You can keep your
domain name - by giving all trademark holders dot REG as well. The dot COM you have
can still be used for advertising, promotion and marketing.
The dot REG is the
tag so customers know you are that SPECIFIC company - the same as having (tm) after
your name. In the format name.class.country.reg - for example pizza.food.us.reg
ONE CAN TAKE YOUR DOMAINS OFF YOU - because you are not passing yourself off as that
SPECIFIC company taking action.