ICANN launches Top-Level Domain consultation

Monday 13 August 2007 | 10:44 CET | News
Internet domain registrar ICANN has launched a public consultation on a report from its Generic Names Supporting Organisation (GNSO) with the aim of bringing new generic Top-Level Domains (gTLDs) online. The GNSO report describes proposed global policies related to the creation of new top-level domains that advance ICANN's mission of preserving the security, stability and interoperability of the internet. ICANN president and CEO Dr Paul Twomey said this was about providing internet users with more choice. The consultation closes on 30 August. A complete summary and analysis of community

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