GeorgeK writes "Google has noted that their free Public DNS service is handing an average of 70 billion requests/day, which tops VeriSign's latest numbers for dot-com DNS requests.
Since Google does nothing without thought, is this demonstration by them that they can handle a greater DNS load than VeriSign a subtle sign that they might challenge for operation of the dot-com registry?
Certainly Google could be a formidable competitor if ICANN was to open the
Would you want Google to take over operation of the
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