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Opposition to ICANN’s New Domain Name Plan
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is facing controversy over its plan to create new, generic top-level domain names.
In an attempt to increase Internet address endings, ICANN approved a plan that would allow entities to purchase domains like “.starbucks” or “.ford.” The entity could then expand the domain with pages like “frappucino.starbucks” or “mustang.ford.” An application fee costs $5,000, which would be credited toward the evaluation fee of $185,000.
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