...Pre-emptive rights to "PG" in all future TLD's (assuming they can duke it out with the Motion Picture Association of America's rating system).
> The cc.com business relies on confusing users and leaves them in the hands of a commercial institution with no oversight,
Such issues are not inherent in the two-letter strings themselves. If there is an issue relating to how the strings are used, that is probably outside of the scope of domain name policy per se.
There is no reason why an entity named Hu is required to be beholden to the nation of Hungary for that entity's inability to register its name as a domain name, any more than endeavors in the fields of electrical engineering or information technology (ee.jobs, it.jobs) should be blocked by "claims" of the nations of Estonia and Italy.
Must Procter & Gamble buy out the nation of Papua New Guinea simply to register their own trademark as a domain name?
PS - UM, MR. and MS. user, this sort of NO IQ BS BY policy fiat IS bad PR for US, of the kind that SO makes ME want TO throw things AT MY TV (IE - BE IT AN AX or similar instrument).
(That sentence is brought to by the ccTLD's for Palestine, United States Minor Outlying Islands, Mauritania, Montserrat, Norway, Iraq, Bahamas, Belarus Iceland, Puerto Rico, the United States, Somalia, Montenegro, Tonga, Austria, Myanmar, Tuvalu, Ireland, Belgium, Italy, Netherlands Antilles, or Aland Islands.)