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Re: Russia Is Torn Over Push for Use of Cyrillic Web Domains

Rendered in "english" my ass.

The latin character set was derived from the Greek character set and has been in use for well over 2000 years, starting with and widespread by the Romans. It's used by nearly every country in Europe, as well as many other countries around the world.

Cyrillic character set wasn't an invention, either - it was also *heavily* derived from the Greek character set and still has a lot of similarity.
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