Country Bias in new top level domains

Hundreds of new domain endings (nTLDs) are registered all over the world. Millions of domains altogether. Some nTLDs are spread almost uniformly across the globe, whereas other suffixes tend – for whatever reason – to concentrate in a handful of countries or even in a single nation. Of course, a big country such as the USA […]

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Can (and Should) Failed New gTLDs Be Saved?

After three or so years, it’s blatantly obvious that for a lot of extensions, there just isn’t enough demand. Realistically speaking, registries made a mistake by being too lenient when it comes to choosing terms. Why on earth would someone think there would be adequate demand for a .horse extension? Or for a .blackfriday extension? Or [...]
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