Over 80,000 UK-registered .eu websites and related emails stop working due to Brexit

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British nationals or organisations who shifts their domain's registration address to somewhere in the EU are eligible to retain their domain

EURid, the registry manager for .eu top-level domains, has suspended more than 80,000 domains held by British nationals or British organisations. The change came on the first day of the new year...

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