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Microsoft Kills CZ.CC & Dotfree For Spamming

Seraphim

Active Member
Such is the way with free domain names. They get horribly abused, so the big times decide to no longer support them.
 

wswd

Premium
Premium Member
No, I'm referring to .com, .net, .org and such. From the namezero era
I don't know if I consider that free. I guess so. You had ads and all sorts of other BS. There are still companies that do that, though not on an incredibly large scale.
 

JerrickYeoh

New Member
Google are not welcome for those free domain.cc~~~
Most of domain get banned , and all of it would not get index by Google.
That why we still need to stay with paid domain.
 

themoose

Sup, Recoil here.
NLC
It wasn't just that they were free, it's that they were incredibly easy to register - they even had an API which you could through thousands of reg requests at. So the high, high majority of the domains were spam.
 

CS Squad

cs-squad.net
NLC
These free domains are good for doing some test only, such as sandbox for some websites before launching them with real, paid TLD.
But seems like there are a lot of "Free Hosting Company" here do not know the fact that free domains like co.cc, .tk is not something that they should use for running a web hosting services.
 

Travis Pessetto

New Member
While these ones went under, dot.tk is still around. I know it is not the same, but they still offer free .tk domain names and claim to be around for awhile. I am sure Google is having a fun time pulling the .free domains from it's database.
 

CS Squad

cs-squad.net
NLC
While these ones went under, dot.tk is still around. I know it is not the same, but they still offer free .tk domain names and claim to be around for awhile. I am sure Google is having a fun time pulling the .free domains from it's database.
It seems like the .free is no longer exist anymore.
And I didn't see any news about ICANN adding this domain extension as well.
 
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