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New gTLDs: deadlines approach for formal objections

Global - February 12 2013 The process for approving or denying the applications for new generic Top Level Domains ("gTLDs") continues to move forward. Two deadlines are…

Deadline for comments to ICANN regarding new gTLD applications is September 26, 2012

USA - September 26 2012 Comments to ICANN on any of the new gTLD applications are due on September 26, 2012.

“Reveal day” for new generic top level domain name applications

Global - June 20 2012 The curtain has now been drawn back on the possible future structure of the Internet.

New gTLD applications will be published on June 13 – some applicants have offered a sneak preview

Global - June 11 2012 As discussed in a previous Client Advisory, “Unlimited Numbers of Top Level Domains,” the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers (“ICANN”), the organization responsible for managing the domain name system globally and developing policy on the Internet’s addressing system, plans to allow any entity with sufficient resources and technical expertise to apply for the right to operate registries for new generic top level domains (“gTLDs”), consisting of virtually any alphanumeric string.

New gTLD program update on "glitch"

Global - April 24 2012 ICANN recently announced that there was a "technical glitch" with the new gTLD application system.

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