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Subject: UKNM: .cc you in the beautiful CoCos Islands
From: atwater
Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2000 12:42:24 +0100

The following link takes you the FAQ of a registrar for the .cc domain. Reading their info, it looks as if this has been a well-thought out plan to make a minor TLD that they can control into the next .com.


They could just have easily picked on some place like the Falkland Islands, Andorra, or my personal favourite .cs -- the former Czechoslovakia, now no longer used.

-----Original Message-----
>From : Phil Gyford <philatgyford [dot] com>
To : uk-netmarketingatchinwag [dot] com
Date : 20 April 2000 15:59:55
Subject : RE: UKNM: “cybersquatter“
At 11:45 am +0100 2000-04-20, Wallace, Darren wrote:
>>Why would Texans want a .cc domain?
>>Does .cc have some local significance?
>Not that I'm aware of.
>But hey, it's a demonstration of the wonderful power of marketing!
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