With ICANN set to allow the expansion of the pool of gTLDs, you can be sure that many marketers will be hearing, and thinking a lot about, domain names in the near future.
Developing: The Board of ICANN today gave final approval to the most dramatic change to the Internet in four decades — allowing the expansion of new Top-Level Domains (TLDs).
Some domain names to add to your backorder list. It’s been a while since I’ve published a list of dropping domain names I think are worth backordering.
Last week ICANN took another very significant step forward in the expansion of the internet by approving the delegation of a number of Chinese script IDN ccTLDs.
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According to our contacts at the current ICANN meeting in South Korea ICANN staff has announced that the schedule for new gTLDs will be pushed out even beyond Q2/2010 due to the controversy and amount of different opinions and comments from the community. In the meantime other working groups are pushing ahead to introduce IDN ccTLDs. When the the expansion of the root zones came up, there were no concerns to add as many as 100 zones in a short period of time. Another topic of discussion is DNSSEC, the signing of the root zones published by the registry as a protection against DNS poisoning attacks
According to our contacts at the current ICANN meeting in South Korea ICANN staff has announced that the schedule for new gTLDs will be pushed out even beyond Q2/2010 due to the controversy and amount of different opinions and comments from the community.
Former Domain Roundtable producer Stephen Douglas has settled a lawsuit against Name Intelligence, the company behind the 2007 conference he directed, and its CEO Jay Westerdal. Elsewhere, NameMedia announces a further expansion of their AfternicDLS domain aftermarket platform.