Περιμενοντας ματαια αυτη την χωρα να γινει μια χωρα που αγαπαει και σεβεται τους πολιτες της.-----------------------
Live your myth in Greece,we live this nightmare for decades..........
Waiting in vain for this country to become a country who loves and respects its citizens......
Η προδοσια της χωρας συνεχιζεται απο δεξια και ταχα αριστερα,πιαστηκαμε παλι μαλακες αλλα δεν θα σταματησουμε να μαχομαστε εναντιον στους κλεφτες,ψευτες και απατεωνες.
Παρασκευή, Ιουνίου 14, 2013
Greece Is Too Slow to Bag Domain Name in Bid to Shut Broadcaster
A bid by Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras to shut down TV broadcaster ERT and replace it with a company called Nerit was waylaid by a news blog that claimed the domain name nerit.gr first.
The domain was registered yesterday after the government announced the new name of the broadcaster. The government shut down ERT on June 11 describing it as corrupt and wasteful. Nerit, which stands for New Hellenic Radio Internet and Television, will be modern, transparent and meet international standards, said the government. Samaras’s coalition partners have demanded the broadcaster reopen.
People gather outside Greece's public broadcaster ERT headquarters in Athens on June 12, in support of the broadcaster's staff and unions. Photographer: Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images
June 13 (Bloomberg) -- Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras defended his decision to shut down the country's public ERT broadcaster, setting the stage for a showdown with the two parties that support his year-old government. David Tweed and Mark Barton report on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown." (Source: Bloomberg)
“Nerit.gr is not available”, the web-page of www.nerit.gr says. Instead, the website is streaming a live feed of ERT employees who continued to broadcast over the Internet. “It’s not just ERT, it’s Democracy” the website said. The domain was registered by Troktiko, a Greek news blog.
Whois.net, a website that tracks domain name availability listed nerit.gr as taken and hosted by webtec.gr. Staff at WebTec, a website designer in Athens, said Troktiko registered the domain yesterday.
The home page for Nerit.gr says the domain name is no longer available and visitors should try “pitsaria-pou-eskise.gr,” a reference to comments by Samaras last year that he ran a pizza shop when he lived in the U.S. while he was in his 20s.