Twitter has launched t.CO and begun to unveil their plans for t.CO. As the Twitter blog states in Links and Twitter: Length Shouldn't Matter, Twitter has been routing links with Direct Messages through their own link service to detect, intercept and prevent the spread of malware, phishing, and other dangers.
Twitter has secured its very own .CO domain in a great stride to maintain the security of the Twitter network. T.CO will allow Twitter to deliver a better user experience, providing an easy way for people to share shortened links from the Tweet box on Twitter.com.
Just like anytime Twitter makes an announcement there is plenty to read! Start with the announcement on their blog and help resources to further explain t.CO and how the link service works.
About .CO Internet – .CO Internet S.A.S. is the Registry Operator for the .CO top-level domain. Short, memorable and credible, .CO is the hot, new ending for web addresses all over the world. From start-ups and small businesses to big brands and multinational corporations, .CO is increasingly becoming the web address of choice for innovators and entrepreneurs across the globe. Please visit http://www.COinternet.co and http://www.go.co for more information. You can also follow us on Twitter @dotCO and at Facebook.com/dotCO. Learn More
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