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The organisation behind the .eu domain has suspended 10,000 domain names registered by a Chinese woman whom it accuses of being a cybersquatter. The woman, in retaliation, has filed a lawsuit in Belgium. EURid, the Belgium-based registry for .eu domain names, has blocked the names and has the right to strip the woman, Zheng …


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  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    China in Europe?

    China isn't in Europe, and having noticed .mobi and .eu domains are being used in spam, I'm glad the .eu registry has taken this action.

    Although who uses the word "domicile" I'd never heard of it before now!

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    @China in Europe?

    Proof indeed that the world is dumbing down then.

  3. p


    If one can purchase10,000 euros, one can also buy 10,000 domain names, as long as one has a EU residence.

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