Cyberspace Unity Eludes Europeans

International Herald Tribune

They couldn't agree on a single constitution, and now it looks like Europeans can't agree on the best way to identify themselves on the Internet.

For the first time on Wednesday, residents of the 25-nation European Union can register Internet addresses ending in ".eu". The move, which lifts .eu to the same prominence as the Web site suffixes .com, .org and .net, is intended to allow the expression of a single European identity in cyberspace.

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