[policy] When Tech Meets Policy...

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There's a case to be made that a policy which results in

organizations registering and owning domain names which are close to
the intended domain anme but represent a common typographical
transition is desirable from a security standpoint . . .

I don't think anyone could reasonably question the legitimacy for
someone like, say, Google, registering "gogle.com" or "goggle.com".

It should raise eyebrows, however, if "goggle.com" was registered
to RBusiness Network.

Or "allitalia.org", etc.

You get the idea.

- - ferg