Google loses control over domain

Apparently, Google let the domain expire early June, with Google no longer running the domain. Instead, it is now owned by, and can be bought by anybody with $5,999 to spare.

Google hasn't allowed the domain to expire, which is where all of these posts still exist. The pages do not link there immediately, however. Google set up and other domain variations previously for specific regions where blogger pages were developed.

This is actually the case, over 4 million Blogger-hosted domains have been disrupted by the loss of domain rights of Google searches and other places where they have been already linked the URL. Now all links are broken links.

If the domain falls on to the wrong hands, it can be very bad for the reputation of the Google company.

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