September 2012 NEWS
Many of the 1,930 new gTLD applications received by ICANN are being strongly objected to. One objection covers 333 gTLD applications made by just two parties. Read more »
The popular social network Pinterest has set its sights on an individual in China for trademark infringement. The complaint lists dozens of names; mostly .com; but some also using various country code top level domain extensions Read more »
After close to a decade sincer InternetNZ introduced a competitive market for .nz registrations, the launch of the .kiwi.nz extension has helped nudge the total number of .nz domain names registered past 500,000. Read more »
The au Domain Administration (auDA) has released further details of progress relating to a final report from the 2010 Names Policy Panel, which was submitted to the organisation late last year. One of the recommendations, if implemented will see .AU domain name registrants being able to register names for a 1 - 5 year period instead of just the current two years. Read more »
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