Should Google, Amazon And Others Be Able To Lock Up New Generic Top Level Domains For Their Own Use?

Should Google, Amazon And Others Be Able To Lock Up New Generic Top Level Domains For Their Own Use?

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New For many years, we've noted that the entire setup of ICANN rolling out new top level domains (TLDs) was a complete joke, often driven by ICANN members who were in positions to be the registrars and registers for those new domains. Thus, all they seemed to do was create money...
Should Google, Amazon And Others Be Able To Lock Up New Generic Top Level Domains For Their Own Use?
                                       

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