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Emoji domains - A cautionary tale

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Since I am currently unemployed, I have time to polish up my portfolio and build some smaller new projects that hopefully help me in finding a good job. One such small project was not quite thought through before I started. I decided that since emoji are "allowed" in URLs and emoji 13 added a transgender pride flag, I wanted a website with that emoji in its url. It did not go quite as planned..

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