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Radix Registry Talks About the new gTLDs and the Subsequent Market Changes at WHD.India 2013

A two day event focused on web hosting and cloud industry at large, WorldHostingDays India 2013 today got off to a great start drawing an unprecedented gathering of the industry members interested in hearing about the latest trends, innovations, concerns etc. The event began half an hour back with a session by Mr. Sandeep Ramchandani, Business Head, Radix Registry, on “The new gTLD revolution”. Providing valuable information about the new gTLDs that’re going to hit him market soon, the session saw Mr. Sandeep talk about the involvement of Radix Registry in ICANN’s New gTLD Application Process and how industry members and business organizations at large stand to benefit from them. An active participant in ICANN’s process to expand the Internet naming system, Radix Registry...

Blacknight urges Online community to take part in ICANN’s public comment period concerning “Closed Generic” TLDs

Leading Irish registrar and hosting company Blacknight has urged the Online community to take part in ICANN’s public comment period concerning “Closed Generic” TLD Applications. ICANN (International Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) has opened a public comment period to allow the Internet community to weigh in on whether single entities may seek to operate non-trademarked generic word TLDs (domain extensions) in a “closed” (not open to the public for registration) manner. The comment period, which opened on February 5, will remain open until March 7, 2013. We strongly urge the online community to take advantage of this public comment period. Allowing companies that have no trademark claims to generic, key-terms such as ‘blog’, ‘beauty’ or ‘music’ is tantamount to granting them ow...

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