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Non-Western Character DNS goes live

When you are looking through your server logs, you might find something really perplexing soon.  While this is great for localized markets, it is something that you might need to work with very soon if you work at an ISP.  Recently ICANN started allowing non-latin (or Internationalized Domain Names) TLDs


So this site in Egypt that was accessed this way for several years:

Is now accessed by:

Or if your operating system doesn't do unicode:



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