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Old 1st February 2008, 10:23 AM
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Re: You Got Lucky. Now What?

Originally Posted by jacksonm
This is precisely the reason why ICANN is refusing to mention dot COM aliasing now, IMO. Foreign constituencies will not support dot COM aliasing when they already know that everything is gone - they will want to support introduction of new gTLD with IDN extensions. Same goes for ccTLD extensions - they will likely push for a new IDN extension to mean "Japan" rather than alias dot JP. They damned sure won't push to alias something which has already been raped by foreigners - in my opinion.


This might be possible for .jp. They can always do a new landrush for .japan.

For .cn, .china is already mapped to .cn.

Originally Posted by jacksonm
Well, yes they can.


Has this been confirmed? Or just hearsay? First time i heard this is from Fka200?

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