dot eu domain names have changed
Following the amendment of EC Regulation 874/2004, on 6 May 2015 EURid introduced a revised mechanism for handling Internationalised Domain Names containing non-ASCII characters (shift from IDNA2003 to IDNA2008) as well as the so-called “homoglyph bundling”.
.eu domain names that have been registered
- with hyphens in the second, third and fourth position, or
- with “ŀ” (L followed by middle dot but not followed by a subsequent L), or
- with “ı” (dotless i)
are no longer supported.