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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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Keana Lynch is the Director of UX Design & Development at Beacon where she has provided leadership and consultation for over 35 Higher Education projects. She specializes in the analysis, design, and implementation of websites. Keana is very passionate about design and development strategies focused on user experience, accessibility, multi-device interactions, and technical best practices. Outside of work Keana enjoys spending time with her three dogs, hiking, kayaking and volunteering with local animal rescue groups.
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Keana Lynch: Keana Lynch is the Director of UX Design & Development at Beacon where she has provided leadership and consultation for over 35 Higher Education projects. She specializes in the analysis, design, and implementation of websites. Keana is very passionate about design and development strategies focused on user experience, accessibility, multi-device interactions, and technical best practices. Outside of work Keana enjoys spending time with her three dogs, hiking, kayaking and volunteering with local animal rescue groups.