Friday, August 8, 2014

The rest of the world is on board with new top-level domains By Anna Rohleder

One of the stated aims of domain name expansion is to enhance competition and consumer choice. Implicitly, it also marks an attempt to make the Internet and its naming conventions more international and less U.S.-focused. Recently introduced gTLDs include .Capetown, .Spiegel and .Yandex (the name of Russia's top search engine), which followed the debut of .singles and .clothing at the start of the year.

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