If Google was founded on 4 September 1998, Menlo Park, California, United States, how can Google know when Domain Names were registered in the early 90s unless they get their information from Icann? However Icann was founded in 18 September 1998, which leaves Nominet which was founded in 1996, which brings me to how accurate are the API databases that are being sold on the internet right now? The reason I ask is I sold a domain in 1993 and it has only been registered a few years ago according to an API algorithm which tells me it only goes as far as Icann or Nominet permits, which is not accurate.
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