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World Designer bought Argentine Google Domain for less than 3 euros

18:50  26 april  2021
18:50  26 april  2021 Source:   t3n.de

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For less than three euros, a web designer was able to secure the Argentine domain of Google. For a long time he was not allowed to keep the address.

Die Google-Zentrale im kalifornischen Mountain View. © Benny Marty / Shutterstock.com The Google Center in the California Mountain View.

According to the BBC, Google has lost control of the Argentine domain Google.com.ar last Wednesday. He belonged to the web designer Nicolas Kurona at this time. The thirty-year-old had previously found that the Argentine Google domain was not available. For interest, Kurona looked past the responsible Top Level Registrar Nic Argentina. To his surprise, the domain was offered for the price of 270 Argentine pesos for sale. This corresponds to 2.40 euros according to the current exchange rate.

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opposite the BBC explains Kurona that he himself was surprised that the purchase was actually run and a short time later his data could be retrieved over the web address. "I want to clarify that I had never had any evil intentions. I just tried to buy her and the NIC allowed it to me, "explains Kurona to the BBC. For a long time the web designer was not allowed to keep the address. A short time later, the address was transferred back to Google.

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What exactly happened is currently unclear. According to Google, Nic Argentina and independent third parties, the address should have expired only in July 2021. Google would therefore have had enough time to extend the contract. The Group will now probably need to examine why the country domain was still offered for sale. Kurona, on the other hand, is after his own statements once again glad that his little experiment has not brought him anger.

a few years ago, the search giant has briefly lost control over Google.com

In October 2015, Google had even lost control of the Group's .com domain of the Group for a short time. At that time, the developer Sanmay VED was able to buy the address for twelve US dollars. Even in the case, the purchase was reversed after a short time. After all, VED received, who had previously worked for a while in the search giant, from his old employer a reparation.

6.006.13 Dollars should originally receive VED. The unusual sum was therefore because it can be read with something fantasy of Google lettering. However, after VED had announced to donate the money, Google had doubled the amount.

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