[Latingp] ODG: ODG: Variants -- Case for Considering Upper Case
Mirjana.Tasic at rnids.rs
Mon Jul 9 13:16:17 UTC 2018
Now I understand the point. My opinion that such cases cannot be prevented by developing any variants rules. This is the crime and should be punished accordingly.
Od: Latingp <latingp-bounces at icann.org> U ime Michael Bauland
Poslato: Monday, July 9, 2018 15:02
Za: latingp at icann.org
Tema: Re: [Latingp] ODG: Variants -- Case for Considering Upper Case
On 09.07.2018 14:22, Mirjana Tasić wrote:
> Dear Bill,
> I am a little bit confused with this discussion. I cannot remember
> that I have ever seen the domain name written in uppercase. May be it
> is the result of not paying attention to such cases. Could you
> please give me some examples of ASCII domains written and registered in uppercase?
you do not *register* domains in upper or lower case. The domain name is always case insensitive. You can simply try this out yourself.
If you go to
It's all the same. Therefore you don't know, if some company simply always publishes its internet address in capital letters. Or mixed if they want to be very cool/hip/modern, whatever. ;-)
Therefore domain names can look the same, although they are different.
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