Applicants for "bespoke" top-level domains--which will cost more than $100,000--were published by Icann. Looking foward to .bbc, .ninja and .walmart? Go go gadget real estate! [BBC]

One Response to “New domain name suffix applications published”

  1. Tchoutoye says:

    Why should a private corporation get to own a generic TLD like .book and then get to decide who can use it? That’s just plain wrong, ICANN’s behaving like a pimp.

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