China’s .cn top level domain (TLD) is set to reclaim its position as the world’s most popular ccTLD after the government decided to relax registration rules, effectively allowing individuals to once again own a .cn suffix. The TLD was the largest country code top level domain on the planet but was overtaken when the government …
Don't allow two letter domain names
Which means dreams of ba.cn as a marketing site for gods own food will have to remain a dream
.ic Hot Stuntaz
"Individuals allowed domains again, but registration will be no 'pi.cn.ic'"
Well, of course it's going to be quite hard to register a subdomain of the ".ic" TLD, seeing as that doesn't actually exist at present.
Don't see what that's got to do with China or ".cn", though. :-)
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