Re: [DNS] Searcher twists name rules

Re: [DNS] Searcher twists name rules

From: AUDA LIST <auda206§>
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2005 19:23:12 +1100
I must say I found this article quite interesting and somewhat  
concerning especially considering the new changes that are coming into  
What I would like to know is how they managed to register the domains  
in the first place. Does this mean that anyone who runs a search engine  
has a close connection to the entire dictionary. Maybe we can all have  
a fit of "youthful exuberance".

 >> "They didn't go very well, so we are concentrating on generic  
names," he said <<

Perhaps they will concentrate on geographical names next, I am sure  
they qualify.


On Tuesday, March 22, 2005, at 09:34 AM, Deus Ex Machina wrote:

> 0,7204,12618818%5E15306%5E%5Enbv%5E,00.html
> "Searcher twists name rules
>  WOULD-BE search king Ansearch has ruffled a few feathers among
>  Australia's top corporate brands by registering misspellings of
>  well-known internet domain names in an attempt to drive traffic to the
>  search engine. "
Received on Fri Oct 03 2003 - 00:00:00 UTC

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