Air France vliegtuig vloog te langzaam

Air France vliegtuig vloog te langzaam | Transatlantische piloot zag felle lichtflits

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    Et voila. Complot.

    “As investigators seek to unravel the fate of Air France flight 447, there’s been speculation online about an unusual domain name registration made some two years prior to this week’s plane crash, flight447.com.

    The mystery of the Air France flight that disappeared this week deepened after news agencies on Wednesday confirmed a previous Air France flight from Buenos Aires to Paris was the target of a bomb threat just days before. That plane was inspected and arrived without incident.

    Now it has emerged that someone registered a domain for the missing plane’s flight number on September 30, 2007. It’s not unusual for individuals to register domain names shortly after news breaks on a big story and then to sell them. Indeed, a second domain AirFrance447.com was registered the day of the crash, hours after the news made headlines, and a third domain AirFranceLawSuit.com is being auctioned on e-Bay this week after being registered the day after the crash.

    The timing of the two-year-old flight447.com, however, makes it unusual.”

    Bron: http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2009/06/air-france-crash-raises-questions-about-domain-name-registration/

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    Bian says he buys domain names and owns about 500 of them, which include the names of numerous airline flight numbers as well as the names of cars, flowers, businesses and songs. He says he created the flight number domains with a program.

    “I just put ‘flight’ in front of 1 through 1,000 and I register them,” he explained.

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