Monday, September 15, 2014

State of the Net for the Week of September 15

“Name collision” refers to the unintended consequences that may occur when a new gTLD string matches an existing string on an internal network. In other words, as new gTLDs and second-level domains go live, they could “collide” with an exact match already in use within private networks. It’s an issue that ICANN and the Internet community have worked together to research and are attempting to address.

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