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    I don't see 'em in the current root zone file
    by KarlAuerbach on Wednesday April 27 2005, @06:27AM (#15001)
    User #3243 Info | http://www.cavebear.com/
    I am looking at the current root zone file (2005042601) as created by the NTIA/ICANN/Verisign group, i.e. the dominant root zone file, and I do not see the mentioned extensions.

    What I did notice that is odd is that the .mil TLD still runs partially out of the root servers.
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    Will CN create their own root servers?
    by Anonymous on Wednesday April 27 2005, @08:25AM (#15002)
    Is the plan for China to create its own set of root servers?

    This would be highly possible if there were enough incentive for China-based machines to use them, which could be either through use of the great firewall of China or through building an alternative set of domains that was sufficiently "attractive" to get most users to use the China-root.

    Once all China-based machines use the alternative root, this would give a lot more control to authorities over there regarding what Internet-based information and transactions are available to most users (yes, I know the tech-savvy could still find ways around this).
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    IPv9 is Going Into China Motherboard BIOS Code
    by Anonymous on Wednesday April 27 2005, @10:52AM (#15005)
    IPv9 is Going Into China Motherboard BIOS Code
    [we own all motherboard factory]

    China produce wireless wifi routers with IPv9

    wireless wifi routers do DNS inside

    Cisco market wifi routers under Linksys slogan

    Cisco big name in the Internet
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    Sony Grabs .PSP for New PlayStation Portable
    by Anonymous on Wednesday April 27 2005, @11:18AM (#15009)
    Sony Grabs .PSP for New PlayStation Portable
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