How To Respond To ICANN's New GTLDs

Law360, New York (June 12, 2012, 4:46 PM EDT) -- On June 13, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers[1] — the nonprofit corporation that runs the Internet — will publicly release a listing of approximately 1,900 new generic top-level domain names that may be approved for use as early as March 2013. Every business and organization that utilizes the Internet should review this listing and consider whether it must take action to protect itself as this dramatic expansion of gTLDs goes forward. 

The Domain Name System helps PC users to navigate the Internet. Every domain name ends with a TLD, such as ".com" or ".org."  There currently are only...

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