Dutch govt opens consultation on new domain name requests

Tuesday 28 August 2012 | 09:23 CET | News
The Dutch ministry of economic affairs has opened a website where companies, organisations and individuals can place their objections against the proposed expansion of top-level domain names (TLDs). The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) decided earlier this year to extend TLD possibilities. The municipality of Amsterdam expects the .amsterdam domain name to bring much added value to city companies and institutions. For companies, the new domain names will come out higher in search engines. A total of 1,930 requests came in for new TLDs. An oversight of these can now

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Icann / Ministerie van EL&I
Countries: Netherlands
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