A few weeks ago, I decided to register a Canadian domain name. Unlike the .com domains, .ca domains are reserved for Canadian citizens, residents, and various types of Canadian entities – public schools, municipalities, companies that hold Canadian trademarks, and so on.
So I browsed to the website of cadns, a Canadian dns registrar, and I started the registration process. When prompted to select my registrant type, something odd caught my eye. Check out the last entry in this list :)
Of course, I registered as a Canadian citizen. However, before writing this post, I returned to the site, and tried to register as Her Majesty the Queen, to see what will happen. Nothing special happened. The registration process continued as usual – I was prompted for my name, address and so on. I stopped the process when I was asked for my credit card information.