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In wake of gTLD security criticism, ICANN announces emergency back-up registry operators

www.computerworld.com
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has selected three emergency back-end registry operators to guarantee domain names within a new generic top-level domain (gTLD)A will resolve in the event of a failure at a new TLD operator, it said on Tuesday....
In wake of gTLD security criticism, ICANN announces emergency back-up registry operators

Verisign to ICANN: not ready for new TLDs

domainnamewire.com
Verisign claims insufficient preparation (mostly technical) for new top level domains. Verisign has sent a report to ICANN (and filed it with the Securities and Exchange Commission) that basically says that the internet isn’t prepared new top level domains yet. The report outlines multiple issues, ranging from automated TLD additions...
Verisign to ICANN: not ready for new TLDs

Why New Yorkers Should Be Wary About New .NYC Websites

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Residents of the Big Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) learned this week that their city could be the first to have its own domain name—a fancy new “.nyc” instead of boring old “.com”. New Yorkers so far have greeted the news as further proof that the world is indeed about them...
Why New Yorkers Should Be Wary About New .NYC Websites
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