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Old 20th June 2006, 10:31 PM
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Re: IDN domains with no dots (extensions)

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Originally Posted by TrafficDomainer
The companies that have registered Thai names with no extensions wth them are major corporations (banks, insurance, car companies and etc) and they have been promoting heavilly locally and have also teamed up with local ISPs, wouldn't people eventually prefer typing IDNs with no dots if they can as opposed to having to type extensions (especialy when a combination of local font and English .com would not be necessary?

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Effectively, if you do this you are putting yourself outside the World Wide Web. Your addresses no longer resolve through the ICANN supervised DNS, but end up god knows where. I wouldn't even contemplating allowing the installation of such a pluggin on my machine, as a lot of them are know security risks.
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