Reply to post: why not a forwarder?

Euro bureaucrats tie up .eu in red tape to stop Brexit Brits snatching back their web domains

gnarlymarley

why not a forwarder?

The eu could charge for them to keep it, but use a forwarder instead. That way all their old links could be URL swapped to the new domain and presto, they could still charge and maintain their control over the .eu domains. Even just a rinetd or iptables would allow them to spy on all traffic through the ip forwarder.

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