All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘.com’

ICANN Seeking Public Comment On .Com Registry Renewal

ICANN, or the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, entered into the .com Registry Agreement between themselves and Verisign in 2006. This allowed Verisign to operate the .com top-level domain for a number of years. If allowed to go forward, Versign would be in charge of .com domains once again for years to come. In the spirit of transparency, …

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Tea Party Domain Could Bring Millions For Canadian Band

The American political group The Tea Party have Various branches of the group also have and – all of which rank high in Google search. But the most coveted domain name, the one that many will stumble upon while searching for The Tea Party, is And no Tea Party group owns that domain. The owners of …

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ICANN Votes to Open the Domain Name Floodgates

Internet domain name overlords ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) have voted on and approved today to open up the world of domain endings to include just about anything a person’s heart desires. The margin was 13-1 with two abstaining. Generic top-level domains (gTLDs) are currently limited to 22 across the internet. They include your basic .com, .org …

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