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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You should probably complain to the FTC. www.ftc.gov, I believe.
  • I read about it somewhere (probably Slashdot) a while back. Various fly-by-night domain registrars have been doing that sort of thing for years. I was a little surprised to see VeriSign doing it, though, since their whole business is based on trust and since they're the AT&T of registrars. Usually the default, high-priced company in a particular industry contents itself with having poor customer service and doesn't stoop to fraudulent marketing practices. But then marketers are scum, and becoming sc