A random citizen has purchased Argentina’s Google domain for $2.90.

A random citizen has purchased Argentina's Google domain for $2.90.

When Google Argentina’s website was down for two hours in Argentina on Wednesday, a web designer purchased the domain name.

Nicolas Kurona, 30, said he was able to buy through a normal legal process.

“I never dreamed it would allow me to buy it,” he told the BBC.

“The domain was acquired by someone else for a short time,” Google Argentina told the BBC. However, it declared that it had restored control of the domain in a short amount of time.

On Wednesday night, Nicolas was working on a website for a client at his desk in the suburbs of Buenos Aires when the drama began.

On WhatsApp, he began to receive messages indicating that Google was inaccessible.


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