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Technology Changes
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Nikkoshanghai.com switched from Austria and Germany to Netherlands
Aukrobot.cz switched from Symantec Group to DigiCert
Simyamaha.com switched from Symantec Group to GlobalSign
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Tix4students.com switched from Endurance Group to Cincinnati Bell Group
Draftdaily.com switched from HTML to XHTML
Victorgreenfoundation.org switched from Apache to Nginx
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