By John McKeown of Cassels Brock
ICANN's online application system
was taken offline on April 12, 2012 in order to protect applicant data. A
technical issue in the system allowed some users to view a limited number
of other users' file names and user names, in certain scenarios.
by Michael Kelly
The new generic Top-Level Domain ("gTLD") program will
soon be bringing a flood of diversity to the internet's domain name system.
Over 1,900 new gTLD applications have been submitted for gTLDs such as
Get ready for the next great land rush, because the Internet is about to expand. Top-level domains, now restricted to 22 variations like .com, .edu, .net and .gov will soon be limitless. Companies have already petitioned ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) for...