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On Monday December 17 a draw was held at the Los Angeles Airport Hilton Hotel and broadcast live on the web to determine the order in which applications will be reviewed for new web domain extensions. This long, laborious and tedious process was finally completed some ten hours after it had started. Did you know? [...]
Following the “Gala” evening for which the Deauville Casino had been specially fitted out…the sparsely occupied rows in the morning plenary session bore witness to a hard morning after the night before. But so what? This didn’t prevent the third and last day starting by raising awareness of what we all more or less [...]
June 13, 2012 was the big reveal day for Hexap, as ICANN unveiled the list of applicants for 1,930 new generic top-level domains. As Hexap applied for a community-based TLD, we would like to thank our supports that endorsed our will to administrate the .med extension in compliance with the ethical standards demanded by the medical [...]
On June 20, 2011 the ICANN board accepted to expand the Top-Level Domains (TLDs) from the 22 currently available extensions to any imaginary domain name such as brands' names like .coke and .bmw, such as generic ones like .bank and .sport or even non latin characters like .أنا to .性别 . The application window is rather short (from 12 January 2012 to [...]