ICANN begins new gtld suffixes roll out with Chinese, Cyrillic and Arabian script

The first-ever non-Latin language website address domains are on their way, the Internet’s overlords said Wednesday.   Online domains in which website addresses would end with words in Chinese, Russian, or Cyrillic have been approved according to the US-based Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).   “It’s happening – the biggest change to …

Ukrainian IGF discusses Cyrillic domains issues

The Fourth Ukrainian Forum on Internet managing (IGF-UA) took place on October, 3, 2013. During the course of the Forum Ukrainian and international experts discussed issues of Internet infrastructure development, network safety, international tendencies in informational community development.   One of the Forum’s meetings was devoted to the issue of cyrillic top-level domains. In August, …