Conflict with vote-auction.com reaches a new level.

Internic deleted its DNS entry on November 1st, after the domain was registered and hosted by an European registry service and was out of reach for US law.

Internic deleted its DNS entry on November 1st, after the domain was registered and hosted by an European registry service and was out of reach for US law.

You can still reach it at http://62.116.31.68/, and you can read their press release there.

A number of other domains (www.voteauction.at, www.voteauction.de, www.voteauction.cu, www.voteauction.ru, www.vote-auction.net, www.vote-auction.org) should be up soon. No matter what you think about it, wether you see it as an political satire or take it seriously (the makers don’t), it is interesting to see that .com is obviously ruled by US law. Maybe .eu is a better idea than I originally thought.

Author: Iliya Nickelt-Czycykowski

News Service: Politechbot

URL: http://politechbot.com/p-01469.html