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The query result of WHOIS info for twitter.com is as follows :
   Domain Name: TWITTER.COM
   Registry Domain ID: 18195971_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
   Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.corporatedomains.com
   Registrar URL: http://cscdbs.com
   Updated Date: 2021-01-17T06:10:16Z
   Creation Date: 2000-01-21T16:28:17Z
   Registry Expiry Date: 2022-01-21T16:28:17Z
   Registrar: CSC Corporate Domains, Inc.
   Registrar IANA ID: 299
   Registrar Abuse Contact Email: [email protected]
   Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: 8887802723
   Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
   Domain Status: serverDeleteProhibited https://icann.org/epp#serverDeleteProhibited
   Domain Status: serverTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#serverTransferProhibited
   Domain Status: serverUpdateProhibited https://icann.org/epp#serverUpdateProhibited
   Name Server: A.R06.TWTRDNS.NET
   Name Server: B.R06.TWTRDNS.NET
   Name Server: C.R06.TWTRDNS.NET
   Name Server: D.R06.TWTRDNS.NET
   Name Server: D01-01.NS.TWTRDNS.NET
   Name Server: D01-02.NS.TWTRDNS.NET
   Name Server: NS3.P34.DYNECT.NET
   Name Server: NS4.P34.DYNECT.NET
   DNSSEC: unsigned
   URL of the ICANN Whois Inaccuracy Complaint Form: https://www.icann.org/wicf/
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Why Musk Spent $11 million on Tesla.com Domain

From the beginning, Tesla owned TeslaMotors.com.

Then in 2016 Tesla acquired the domain name Tesla.com, a domain that was registered well before electric vehicles were even a figment of Elon Musk’s imagination. It wasn’t until December 2018 when Musk finally revealed how much money Tesla had paid for the domain:

Buying Tesla.com took over a decade, $11M & amazing amount of effort. Didn’t like TeslaMotors.com even when we were only making 🚘.

Elon Musk (@elonmusk) Dec 9, 2018

$11 million is a lot of money for a domain name!

Musk is no stranger to valuable domain names. He started an online bank at X.com in 1999 and sold that business to PayPal.

In 2017 Musk felt a bit nostalgic and bought the X.com domain name back from PayPal because it was no longer using it.

He has used the domain to sell hats and (apparently) flamethrowers for his Boring Company, but right now it just leads to a website with the letter X on it.

The purchase price for X.com wasn’t disclosed but single letter domain names are extremely rare and valuable. A Japanese internet company paid $6.8 million to acquire Z.com in 2014. Musk surely paid millions of dollars to recapture X.com.

Why the Domain TeslaMotors.com Didn’t Cut It

The TeslaMotors.com domain name had a few problems, which is why Elon Musk was willing to pay so much money for Tesla.com.

First, big companies feel they need to own the exact match of their company name in .com. There’s something “cheap” feeling about TeslaMotors.com for a company called Tesla. Shouldn’t Tesla, one of the world’s most admired and cutting-edge companies, own Tesla.com and not TeslaMotors.com?

Another issue is that many people probably typed in Tesla.com when they meant to go to the TeslaMotors.com website. Customers and suppliers probably sent emails to @tesla.com instead of @teslamotors.com, too. Fortunately for Tesla, the Tesla.com domain wasn’t being used in a nefarious way, but this could have been a problem. It was, at the very least, a nuisance.

But most importantly, Tesla is no longer just a car company. It is introducing the Powerwall battery storage system. It even has a solar roof.

The company was simply outgrowing the ‘motors’ label. Tesla.com can be used for every product and service the company may invent in the future.

Source:namecheap

Telsla should be lucky enough that it acquired the domain though it cost a lot.ICBC,the bank with the highest market cap,is not so lucky.It was said that it offered $10M or more to acquire the domain ICBC.com,But the Canadian insurance company which hold the domain said ‘NO’.“

Money is not everthing! Anything can paid by money is cheap!

WHO Timeline – COVID-19

Source:  WHO Timeline – COVID-19

31 Dec 2019

China reported a cluster of cases of pneumonia in Wuhan, Hubei Province. A novel coronavirus was eventually identified.
1 January 2020

WHO had set up the IMST (Incident Management Support Team) across the three levels of the organization: headquarters, regional headquarters and country level, putting the organization on an emergency footing for dealing with the outbreak.

4  January 2020

WHO reported on social media that there was a cluster of pneumonia cases – with no deaths – in Wuhan, Hubei province.

5 January 2020

WHO published our first Disease Outbreak News on the new virus. This is a flagship technical publication to the scientific and public health community as well as global media. It contained a risk assessment and advice, and reported on what China had told the organization about the status of patients and the public health response on the cluster of pneumonia cases in Wuhan.

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