Post-Brexit plan for .EU tweaked: No dot-EU web domains for Europeans in UK, no appeals, etc

It’s not up there with looming food, medicine shortages, but it’s still rather annoying

An already iffy plan to deal with .eu domain ownership when the UK crashes out of the European Union has taken a turn for the worst.

Brussels’ bureaucrats have now imposed a strict two-month cancellation period for any .eu domain registered to a UK address, even if the owner is a European citizen, and refused to add an appeals process. As a result, three-quarters of a million people will have to ensure their .eu domain is linked to a physical address inside the European Union, or perhaps sue, if they don’t want to lose their internet address.

Source: Post-Brexit plan for .EU tweaked: No dot-EU web domains for Europeans in UK, no appeals, etc

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