Ronan Farrell wrote:
> 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.
This assumes that the only purpose for a domain name is to have a
website. This is of course wrong.
Incidentally, when I tried www.ebay.ie in my browser I didn't get a 404
message, but instead a domain not found.
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