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[liberationtech] Bitly Safety (was Stanford Bitly Enterprise Account)

Parker Higgins parker at eff.org
Fri Nov 16 15:12:30 PST 2012


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On 11/16/12 3:03 PM, Seth David Schoen wrote:
> There's no "er" top-level domain

I understand I'm getting a bit afield, but there is a .er ccTLD, for
Eritrea:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.er

Granted, there's no known registry. And you can't get a domain at the
second level. So you're unlikely to get long.er anyway.

(It looks like there was once a rochest.er, though. Imagine!)

> A great exercise for my Unix book would be to use regular
> expressions to figure out which dictionary words can potentially be
> registered as domain names!

It would be a neat exercise. When I need to make silly domain hacks, I
often use http://domai.nr/ for that purpose.

Parker

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Parker Higgins
Activist
Electronic Frontier Foundation
https://eff.org
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