MEDIA: ICANN rejects .xxx domain
peter at peter-dambier.de
Fri May 12 18:48:27 UTC 2006
Steve Gibbard wrote:
> Note that there are a lot more TLDs than just .COM, .NET, .ORG, etc.
> The vast majority of them are geographical rather than divided based on
> organizational function. For large portions of the world, the local TLD
> allows domain holders to get a domain paid for in local currency, for a
> price that's locally affordable, with local DNS servers for the TLD.
> For gTLDs they'd have to pay in US dollars, at prices that are set for
> Americans, and have them served far away on the other ends of expensive
> and flaky International transit connections.
The problem with ccTLDs is the same as with telefone numbers. You lose
them as soon as you move.
Maybe that is not a problem in north america, but in europe it is. You
must live in a country to be allowed to register and keep a domain there.
Peter and Karin
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