By Brian Gregg At its June 20, 2011 meeting in Singapore, the Internet Corporation for
Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) voted nearly unanimously to approve
the long awaited Applicant Guidebook. That decision starts the clock on
the application process for the new generic top level domains ("gTLDs"...
By Mark A. Steiner
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is
set to launch the new .XXX (dot-triple X) top-level domain (TLD)
extension this fall. The intended users are those in the adult
entertainment industry with websites that are sexually oriented...
By Alisa C. Simmons
As first reported in
June, ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
that administers Internet domains) has liberalized the generic top-level
domain system. Earlier this month, ICANN opened the first of its
planned application periods for new generic...
By Ashlee Froese of Keyser Mason Ball LLP
the internet becomes an increasingly pervasive marketing tool for
fashion companies, it's hard (and not very business savvy) to ignore
developments on the internet. Previously, CanadaFashionLaw gave our fashionista readers a head's up on looming...