ICANN to allow new generic ‘dot-brand’ domains

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“The trusty old Internet addresses we know and love — the .coms, .nets, .orgs — are about to get some new competition.

Global Internet regulators met Monday in Singapore to finalize rules for a major expansion of generic top-level domains, that will clear the way for new offerings like .law, .coke or .nyc. Sites with those endings are expected to start rolling out late next year.”

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