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Google Registry Anonymous 04/05/2018 (Thu) 01:10:24 [Preview] No. 12547
The last piece of Google's web: Google Domains
.app domains available for registration https://www.registry.google/
- Mar 29 - May 1: Trademark holders can register .app domains (known as the "Sunrise" period).
- May 1 - May 8: Anyone can register available .app domains for an extra fee (known as the "Early Access" period).
- May 8 and onwards: Anyone can register available .app domains (known as “General Availability").

Now you can use your Google browser run on a Google operating system on a Google device connected to a Google router and Google Fiber to access a website which is hosted on Google servers, reachable by Google domain using a Google DNS server, verified and authenticated by Google certificate authority.

Google is planning on being the registry for many new top level domains including these: .ZIP .MOV .MEME
What do you think about this?

Charleston Road Registry Inc. d/b/a Google Registry
Why do you think this part of the company uses a pseudony which doesn't include "Google"?


Anonymous 04/07/2018 (Sat) 00:33:44 [Preview] No.12549 del
I miss when trust busting was a thing


Anonymous 04/07/2018 (Sat) 14:18:02 [Preview] No.12552 del
>>12547
DNS was already a cesspool of cancer from the beginning. why do I care if big company #35236756235 gains some authority over it?

>Now you can use your Google browser run on a Google operating system on a Google device connected to a Google router and Google Fiber to access a website which is hosted on Google servers, reachable by Google domain using a Google DNS server, verified and authenticated by Google certificate authority.
Good, I wouldn't want any untrustworthy other parties in the mix of my full G system :^)


Anonymous 04/11/2018 (Wed) 09:11:43 [Preview] No.12597 del
>>12547
Tell OpenNIC to buy .meme, do not let them


Boycott Google 10/15/2020 (Thu) 08:51:28 [Preview] No.14370 del
>>12597
I wish OpenNIC would acquire .meme TLD.

Why Google might be forced to sell off its Chrome browser (News Source: The Daily Telegraph)
https://ca.news.yahoo.com/why-google-might-forced-sell-031935537.html


Anonymous 10/15/2020 (Thu) 13:05:44 [Preview] No.14371 del
Buy TLDs? OpenNIC can just refuse to acknowledge anything that google does and simply override .meme with their own records. They could even do the same with .com, .net, and .org but then nobody would use their DNS because that would break most websites. But .meme is literally a meme so who gives a shit.


Anonymous 10/16/2020 (Fri) 00:47:39 [Preview] No.14374 del
imagine caring about DNS


Anonymous 10/18/2020 (Sun) 23:06:26 [Preview] No.14381 del
What if, say, someone wanted to make a domain and sell the the domain spaces out to people. Is it at all possible or can only big companies pull it off?



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