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If you were paying by the minute for your ISDN again, would you rather take 10 additional seconds to load Google and click the appropriate link, or would you prefer to take an extra minute or two to figure out that they sprung for www.store-name-us.com rather than www.storename.com? Most large sites will have all the common variations redirect to the correct URL, but it's pretty easy to run into a situation where googling is faster and easier than trying to figure out what domain they decided to pick.
If you want to get into technicalities, DRM is Digital Rights Management. I don't think the EULA qualifies as a digital restriction.