When an ISP was using “monsite-orange.fr” as a domain for customer websites, it was straightforward to register the subdomain “sunsite.monsite-orange.fr” suggesting to read “monsite” the English way, not the French way translating to “mysite”, bugging me and others so much the domain was later changed to “pagesperso-orange.fr”.
While the “sunsite.monsite-orange.fr” address was being shared on a mini-flyer suggesting to access a page about food transition, called “Éconutrition”, all customer websites went down. So I registered “sunsite.fr” as a domain hosting a backup, and shared that instead. Redirecting to the original page when it was up (it soon went down once again).
This (unbelievable yet true) story makes clear there was and is zero intention to allude in any way to the famous documentation websites SunSITE initially co-sponsored by Sun Microsystems, Inc.
The sunsite.fr domain and its subdomains are administered and edited as part of a personal initiative and are therefore exempt from the obligation to disclose personal information, according to the Law for confidence in digital economy Loi n° 2004-575 du 21 juin 2004 pour la confiance dans l'économie numérique (1) – Version consolidée au 02 septembre 2019 (in French), and as stated on Mentions légales et espace web – Ministère de l’Éducation nationale of the French Ministry for Public Education.
See also the French version of this legal notice.