gTLDs opened up
mysidia at gmail.com
Fri Jul 12 03:21:37 UTC 2013
On 7/11/13, Alex Buie <alex.buie at frozenfeline.net> wrote:
Wow... that's pretty exciting; long has the internet been plagued
by the scourge of global DNS name uniqueness.
The 10,000 fee to register in all zones, practically guarantees,
that for some TLDs, you could take advantage of the fact that the
company only registered in one zone -- in order to piggyback on their
good name in other regions, to display pages dedicated to
advertising in those regions, for the 2 or 3 people in that
region using a DNS resolver that consults their root.
Now they just need to work on overcoming the fact that their root
would nonetheless be inaccessible to fewer than 0.01bps of
internet users' DNS resolvers.
> They apparently have different "zones" (ie, they run 5 different, separate
> roots), and you pay a different price depending on how many "zones" you
> want your TLD to be active in. (cf
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