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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘domain registrars’

Google Might Be Willing To Let You Use That .Fun Domain You Always Wanted

Early last year, ICANN opened up applications for generic top-level domains. At the end of it all, it was revealed that Google applied for 101 gTLDs. Now more details are starting to emerge on what Google plans to do with them. CNET reports that Google sent a letter to ICANN last week about its intentions for the gTLDs it had …

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ICANN Has U.N Concerned Over Possibility Of Cybersquatters

Despite nobody really thinking that the decision by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers to expand the variety of top-level domain addresses is a good idea, the plan seems to be chugging right along. Joining the chorus of businesses that oppose ICANN’s plan, the United Nations and 26 other international entities have voiced their concern that making available …

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