On Thu, 11 May 2000, Thomas Bridge wrote:
> adam beecher wrote:
>> > A fair point Thomas. It just demonstrates that the rules can - and have been -
> > abused though. The CEO of ebid.ie has admitted ownership of ebay.ie, so it's a
> > clear-cut case of abuse. I wonder how many more "companies" Miss Wossname has
> > under her belt.
>> How says this is abuse? After all, ebid.ie is set up as a web site and
> working normally. Where's the abuse in setting up a company to run a
> web based operation from?
Because when you go to ebay.ie you get a 404. I thought that under the
rules you had to have internet access for your domain name. I suppose for
the DNS, but I figured this was also so that domains don't just get
registered and then held dead.
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