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ICANN’s new gTLD Public Interest Commitments idea: genius or pure crazy?

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By Kevin Murphy :ICANN has given new gTLD applicants a month to draft their own death warrants.

Okay, that might be a little hyperbolic. Let’s try again: ICANN has given each new gTLD applicant 28 days to come up with a list of voluntary “Public Interest Commitments” that, if breached, could lead to the termination of their registry contracts.

The proposed, far-reaching, last-minute changes to the basic new gTLD Registry Agreement were introduced, published and opened for public comment on Tuesday. read more

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