cabbie - 6:18 am on Feb 10, 2005 (gmt 0) I am giving away secrets here but hardly anyone will read this post I hope.
>>However access to the ccTLD zones and whois data is more controlled especially in Europe where data privacy legislation is stronger
At the moment google let .info expired domains slip past and for .org domains they give the pr back after one or 2 updates.Also these domains were not subject to the "sandbox".They may now move on these tlds.
So the trick is buy expired foreign domains and you are safe from having the pr reset.
I have already done this with success.
I am giving away secrets here but hardly anyone will read this post I hope.