Paul McCourt wrote:
> In fact most of the rest of the globe use the .com.ie's , .org.ie's and
> .net.ie's to ensure theres enough possible registrations to go around.
> The Canadians split theirs into provinces!
And you can in fact register straight into the .ca domain, at least you
could when I last looked.
The only two significant countries outside the US that demand that you
register in a second level domain are Australia and the UK. I know the
Aussies and the British like to think they make up most of the world,
but please don't encourage them in this!
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