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LexByte: More gTLDs, more problems?

Saxon Shaw, University of Exeter

A recent global survey of Internet users, provided by the Domain Name Association (DNA), suggests that consumers will be receptive to the addition of new domain name extensions. 992 more words

The Legal Student

Interesting Tidbits from ICANN 51 And "Dot-Buzz" Gets Some Love From Some New Fans

True to any ICANN gathering, at lot was happening at ICANN 51 last month in Los Angeles. ICANN’s IoN (“Internet of Names”) publication highlighted some of the more interesting side stories on the Internet/Domain front. 349 more words

Interesting Tech News

ICANN’s gTLD Program – A Look Back and Forward

ICANN’s new Generic Top-Level Domain (gTLD) program has been in full swing for over a year now, so it seems an apt time to examine some statistics as to how brands are engaging with new gTLDs, utilizing the Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH), and which new gTLDs may give .com a run for its money. 633 more words

Intellectual Property

Squatters pounce on .NYC domain names, New York Jets and other names up for sale

Well, that was fast. New York City’s shiny new “.NYC” internet addresses have been on sale barely a week, and already they’re being peddled by hustlers and opportunists. 362 more words

Protección de marcas y nuevos gTLDs

La ICANN puso en marcha en 2011 un proyecto sobre nuevos Dominios Genéricos de Primer nivel (gTLD) en el que se permite registrar extensiones con cualquier denominación más allá del .com. 106 more words

Actualidad

Nuevos dominios gTLD pueden costar $185 mil dólares


Fadi Chehade confirmó esta nueva opción para las empresas, nuevos dominios gTLD pueden costar $185 mil dólares. El director general de la ICANN anunció que estos nuevos dominios serán más seguros y proporcionaran más confianza al momento de hacer una comprar o transacción en linea. 132 more words

Infibeam launches Generic Top Level Domain dot-tripple-O (.OOO)

Ahmedabad, India, September 25,2014: Infibeam, India’s leading and world fastest growing e-commerce technology company has announced that it has launched a new Generic Top Level Domain dot-tripple-O (.OOO). 15 more words

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