Plans to prevent UK citizens from owning .eu domains are on ice following the latest Brexit madness from the British Parliament.
“Following the recent developments in the UK withdrawal scenario, the entire plan outlined on Brexit page is on hold,” advised the operator of the .eu. registry, EURid, in an update this week. “We will keep you informed as soon as we receive further instructions from the European Commission.”
Under the most recent set of plans, EURid had until October 24, prior to a Halloween Brexit, to inform the hundreds of thousands of .eu domain holders in the UK that they would lose control of their domains after the country ejects from the European Union.
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