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Site Calls Large Applicants Of New gTLD's “Domain Squatters”

Site Calls Large Applicants Of New gTLD's “Domain Squatters”
“The way new domains are handled is a bit complex. When new domains are announced, companies bid for the rights to “hold” the domains. This means that the company that purchases the gTLD .poker will have final control over who can purchase a domain …
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Verisign: We Will Delegate New gTLD's To The Root If The NTIA Tells Us To

Verisign: We Will Delegate New gTLD's To The Root If The NTIA Tells Us To
Some bloggers here and here, have raised the alarm that Verisign may not Delegate new gTLD's based on a letter Verisign send to the U.S. National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA) back in March. U.S. National Telecommunications …
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.XYZ One Of The 1st New gTLD's To Launch Opens Up Pre-Registration

.XYZ One Of The 1st New gTLD's To Launch Opens Up Pre-Registration
While preregistrations for new gTLD's is nothing new the fact that this is being done at the registry level is different. Many registrars and auction houses opened up preregistrations over the last couple of years but in this case it is the registry …
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Verisign's New Letter To NTIA On New gTLD's: Its Important to Differentiate

Verisign's New Letter To NTIA On New gTLD's: Its Important to Differentiate
“The introduction of delegations of new gTLDs into the root zone, it is important to differentiate between “ability” and “advisability.” The letter signed by Pat Kane as Senior Vice President of Naming Services and Danny McPherson Vice President and …
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