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donaldGuy (969269) writes "AOL LLC recently began offering a service dubbed "My eAddress" letting anyone register an email at any available.com or.net domain free of charge. These domains are registered to AOL with AOL as the registrar and, while initially registered for a year, may be held indefinitely. These domains are registered to AOL/w AOL as the registrar;domains registered this way don't even point to servers that respond to ping;they are effectively removed from the internet. This devalues domains and probably violates ICANN policy, therefore ICANN should review AOL's right to do this and their accreditation" Link to Original Source