- The man who owned a short time the site 'Google.com' has received a reward from the Internet giant.
Due to an administrative error, the web domain stood for a brief moment on sale through Google's own sales site. The man, an American student named Sanjay Ved, saw it for sale for $ 12 and decided to gamble car. Immediately after the purchase, he got all mails that were meant for the site management team of the company.
Google quickly gained back the control over the domain and is not angry at Ved. Indeed, the security team believes it has found a bug and he will also get the corresponding reward. Ved has indicated it would like to give to charity, which Google announced that it would double the amount.