Monthly Archives: August 2011

What Can You NOT Get in a New TLD?

Although there are many ideas being floated about what new Top Level Domains can be created.  There may not be enough articles explicitly showing what cannot be created because they already exist or are reserved names that won’t be able … Continue reading

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New gTLD Applicant Guidebook Index

It seems that in every large, distributed organization, simple things get overlooked or left out for one reason or another. Basically, things are just hard to find. I don’t know if ICANN did this intentionally, but in the latest New … Continue reading

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New TLD Applicants Should Carefully Consider Their Filing Status

Earlier this year, Employ Media, the company that was awarded the .jobs Sponsored TLD in 2005, filed a claim against ICANN stating that ICANN didn’t have a right to enforce their registry contract in the way they were doing. On … Continue reading

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