Europe's domain registry being hijacked?

Tuesday, 11 April 2006, 5:18 PM EST

The registry for the new .eu domain has booked 1.4 million Web addresses since Friday morning -- but one registrar has accused the group that runs it of inept organization, allowing companies to cheat the system by setting up bogus registrars to work on their behalf.

At InfoWorld.

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