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As long as they are treated as 4th level domains there
is no problem however when the cute trick is applied serious problems developThe
'cute trick' is nothing more that software that tell your computer to resolve cutetrick.law
to either the new.net registry or the xs2.net registry. This in turn determines the
IP address of cutetrick.law to be either cutetrick.law.new.net or cutetrick.law.xs2.net.
So cutetrick.law will point to a different site depending on which computer and
/ or ISP is used to connect to the Internet. The only way to resolve this is to have
ALL the variants of cutetrick.law resolving to the same IP address. Namely registered
to the same person.
In conclusion a registrant of these Alternate domains would
be very wise to secure ALL the variants of cutetrick.law, otherwise this becomes
a real mess.