Website domain names: any suffixes could be possible after landmark vote – The Guardian

Posted June 27th, 2008 in domain names, news by sally

“Icann, the organisation that regulates the internet domain name system, has passed a landmark vote to relax rules limiting web addresses to ‘top-level’ suffixes, such as .com and .uk, a move that could see people and companies register almost anything they want.”

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The Guardian, 26th June 2008