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    Geronimo36 Gold Member Panther's Avatar
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    What's with the .ORG's

    I'm trying to figure out why companies like TAOD ( and Sterling ( have .org websites. I thought a .org was only for a non-profit company.

    Somehow I don't think the money from these top dollar paint jobs and top dollar engines are going to charity.

    Does anyone know if the .org designation is no longer for charity? Am I missing something?

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    Registered Semper Fi's Avatar
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    Re: What's with the .ORG's

    I was wondering that also. in the end, I guess it really doesn't matter

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    Registered CPPerformance's Avatar
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    Re: What's with the .ORG's

    The internic opened up .org to registration for any purpose about a year ago. It's no longer deemed as just non-profit.

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