Internet addresses will now be freed from the dreary choice of suffixes like ".com" or ".org," declared the ruling global internet body, Icann, in a decision made on Monday in Singapore. Soon, for a $185,000 upfront applicant fee, you too may one day be able to have a domain of ".yourpetsname," or ".placeyoulive" or, as Bloomberg noted, ".anything." The idea, it seems, is to help free up the web ...
Important Ruling against AOL in Favor of Advertise.com in Attempting to Trademark Generic Domains on the Internet
SHERMAN OAKS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Important Ruling against AOL in Favor of Advertise.com in Attempting to Trademark Generic Domains on the Internet.
Five essential and comprehensive concepts govern the "New Thinking" in the ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) -- the party's new agenda for Egypt's future.