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We as a Registry would prefer seeing used for a website about Libyan art for instance, or used by the Libyan De-mining Association, rather than adding more URL shorteners under our National TLD.
What the registry fails to clarify here, is whether it intends to deprive owners of short domain names of control over their website addresses, or if this only goes for new registrations.
As you may have read here earlier this week, the Libyan domain registry raised quite a ruckus by suddenly assuming control over the domain name vb.ly, abruptly taking down a URL shortening service cooked up by Ben Metcalfe and Violet Blue.
now states that they tried to contact the previous owners of repeatedly, to no avail, and that the domain was singled out because of its purpose (“to serve as a ‘sex friendly URL shortener’, mainly for adult uses”).
The registry adds that the local online community plays a part in the decision-making, and that was deemed to operate under the “porn/adult” flag and thus in violation of its rules and regulations.
That means other URL shorteners and other companies with a domain name such as bit.ly, and others can breathe easy, right?