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.App domains are coming: Q&A with Google

You’ll soon be able to register whatever.app. Here’s what you need to know. Google paid $25 million three years ago for rights to run the .App top level domain name and it’s finally ready to offer it to consumers. While the original application said the domain would only be available to verified app developers, Google […]

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#10 of 2017: Daily Stormer and the role of domain name registrars

This is the first of ten posts counting down the top 10 stories on Domain Name Wire in 2017, as ranked by pageviews. What is the role of a domain name registrar when it comes to the content of a website? The common answer was tested in 2017. Traditionally, domain name registrars have tried to […]

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.kids auction is off

ICANN has postponed the planned auction of the .kid(s) gTLDs after an appeal from one of the applicants. The last-resort auction had been penciled in for January 25, and there was a December 8 deadline for the three participants to submit their info to...
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Amazon and Google to fight over .kids at auction

Amazon, Google and a third applicant are scheduled to fight for control of the new gTLDs .kid or .kids at auction. It’s the first ICANN gTLD auction to be scheduled since a Verisign puppet paid $135 million for .web in July 2016. According to ICANN documentation, .kid and .kids will go to auction January 25, […]
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