The Google Argentina domain name was bought by a web designer while the site was down for two hours in the country on Wednesday.
Nicolas Kurona, 30, said he could afford it. Google.com.ar Through normal legal processes I never thought it would allow me to buy it," he.Google Argentina told the BBC: "In short, this domain was bought by someone else.The story began when Nicholas was at his desk on the outskirts of Buenos Aires on Wednesday night designing a website for clients.He began to receive messages on WhatsApp that Google has stopped.

I entered Google In สล็อต เอ็กโอ my browser But it didn't work, ”he said.“ I think something strange has happened.He decided to visit the Network Information Center Argentina (NIC), the organization responsible for operating the domain. ar he searched Google and appeared the Argentine Google domain available for purchase.Though he thought it didn't work, he "took the steps and I received an email with a purchase invoice," he said.Nicolas shared a NIC invoice with.The domain name of Google Argentina was obtained for 270 pesos (£ 2.08 / $ 2.90).

'I was frozen'

Dazed, he touched Google. In the search bar and press Enter. "My personal information appears," he said.I looked at the screen, I couldn't believe what happened.At 9:25 PM local time Wednesday, Nicolas bought the domain name of Google Argentina, all of that millions of Google searches, and the people who came to it. Google All came to him according to theory I wanted to make it clear that I never had any malicious intent, I was just trying to buy it and the NIC allowed me, ”he said.Nicholas' night became big news in just a few minutes.When the purchase process was complete and my information showed up, I knew something had happened I was very worried," he said.Nicholas tweeted what happened - to try to clarify how things happened, he said.

So what on earth happened?

One theory is that Google forgets to renew the domain name, however, Google says that the license for the domain hasn't expired and hasn't expired until July 2021.The Open Data Córdoba group (which is meant to track expired Argentine domains and track registered domains) backs up this data. It is not clear why Google's domain names were released.Nicolas said he didn't know what happened, but it felt "a little weird" with a lot of media attention. He is regarded as a hero in some corners of Twitter, and his tweets clarify what happened, gaining 80,000 likes.

Nicholas said he was relieved that he was not in trouble.He said the NIC took the domain name from him shortly after his purchase, but his 270 pesos had not yet been returned.He said Google was not contacted and paid for.Google has not made clear how they got the domain name back.The company is investigating what happened on Wednesday. But for some reason, at least a few minutes, Google lost control of Google Argentina this week - to the 30-year-old web designer it looks like.