Former ICANN Chairman Peter Dengate-Thrush On New Domain Names

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(Peter Dengate-Thrush, far right, outside an ICANN meeting in Paris. Source: ICANN)

ICANN, the California non-profit organization responsible for setting the name of all domains, will soon allow a vast array of new names to be created. Beginning next year, for the right amount of money ($185,000) you’ll be able to create the right to use almost any word as a top level domain name (TLD) instead of generic TLDs .com, org, etc.

Tom Foremski
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