Re: [idn] IDN spoofing

From: Erik van der Poel (erik@vanderpoel.org)
Date: Fri Feb 18 2005 - 16:24:25 CST

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    Keld Jrn Simonsen wrote:
    > Why not allow Japanese characters in the Danish ccTLD?

    I did not mean to imply that the ccTLDs would only allow their "own"
    languages. The Danish TLD could decide to accept registrations using
    "label rule" tags defined by other TLDs or organizations or individuals.
    If .com is allowed to adopt .ru's label rules for Russian registrations,
    then .dk should also be allowed to adopt label rules specified by other
    people.

    Alternatively, the Danish label rules themselves could simply allow
    Japanese characters since they are unlikely to be confused with Latin
    characters anyway, but then you run the risk of confusing your
    registrants with rules for Japanese that are different from the rules
    for Japanese under .jp, so you may want to adopt .jp's rules.

    That's your choice, and it's good that you have that choice, no?

    Erik



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