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Old 10th August 2011, 02:31 AM
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Re: New Internet ombudsman promises voice for developing countries

i liked this quote.

"The ability to use non-Latin characters such as Chinese, Korean, Cyrillic and Arabic in entire domain names had been " quite an exciting development" when ICANN introduced it in May last year.

"It helps to avoid cultural difficulties," LaHatte said. "If you are Chinese, of course you'd rather see your domain name in Chinese than the Latin alphabet."
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