Um, .um?

We don’t have .um to kick around anymore. I’d never heard of it, which isn’t surprising, since no one had actually registered a .um address.

I spotted this over on Eric Goldman’s Technology and Marketing Law blog. He posts great stuff on the intersection (or collision) of the online and legal worlds.

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