__/ [ Andrew Heenan ] on Thursday 10 August 2006 10:07 \__
> "Roy Schestowitz" wrote ...
>> About a year ago I noticed that Google.com had bought g00gle.com... but
>> list is growing quite quickly. <snip>
>> I'm not sure if it's Google that buys them. But what a drainage of the
>> namescape. ...
> Not in this example.
> Who but google could conceivably have an honest use for them?
> Removing them from temptation and idiots shouldn't be necessary. But it is.
But this is leading to bloat in DNS servers. It slows things down and makes
it more prone to errors. In my humble opinion, they ought to have some human
better human moderation when people apply for domains.
This morning I read about .eu domain name 'raids' and 'grabs'. The registrars
are unwilling to do anything to stop this. Domain spaces are being spammed
in the same way that content, indices, cache, E-mail, and site requests get
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