Talk:Canadian Internet Registration Authority
A citation may be required since the phrase: "is a non-profit Canadian corporation that is responsible for operating the .ca country code top-level domain" is lifted directly off http://www.cira.ca/en/about_mission.html.
The CIRA suspended a domain that was producing a parody of Mr Volpe's campaign (youthforvolpe.ca) - it essentially asked children to donate $5,400 and indicate whether the credit card being used is "mommy's or daddy's. . . ." - should we add a censorship section to the CIRA? -- Tawker 00:30, 3 June 2006 (UTC)
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