ICANN Announces More Than Domain Names During its Reveal Day

This is the VOA Special English Technology Report, from voaspecialenglish.com | http ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, has released a list of proposed new domain names. A generic top-level domain, or gTLD, is the part of an Internet address after the dot — like dot-com or dot-org. Currently there are 22 of these top-level domains in use. But there soon could be as many as a thousand or more. Rod Beckstrom is president of ICANN. He says the organization received almost 2000 requests for new domains during the application period, which ended in May. He called the release a historic day for the Internet and for more than two billion people around the world who depend on it. He said the Internet is about to change forever. More than 900 of the requests for new generic top-level domains came from North America. Only seventeen were from Africa. Each application required a payment of $185000. Some businesses like Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and Google applied for domain name extensions. Dot-app was one of the most sought after names. ICANN received 13 requests for the right to own that one. There were three applications for dot-dog, but none for dot-cat. Dot-love, dot-wedding, dot-sexy and dot-porn also made the list of proposed top-level domains. But Mr. Beckstrom says no names are guaranteed. These are just applications that are not yet approved, and some may not be. In his words, "None of them will enter the Internet until they have undergone a <b>…<b>

.WS IDN – How It Works – Global Domains International, Inc. USA.mp4

This video quickly explains how .WS Internationalized Domain Names function in the real world for billions of Internet users worldwide. www.worldsite.ws

WorldSite .WS Internationalized Domain Names (IDN) by Global Domains International

website.ws blog.gabrielmartialmotion.ws Global Domains International, Inc. ("GDI") is pleased to introduce International Domain Names (IDNs). For the first time, .WS "WorldSite" international domains will make it possible for international Internet users who have been limited by language and cultural barriers to gain access to the online world in their native languages character sets. — Our Mission: FREEDOM OF ACCESS. SECURITY OF CONTENT. ™ January 28, 2011 – Egypt June 3, 2011 – Syria On two days in 2011, a combined total of more than 100 million people were suddenly cut off from the Internet. Which country is next to be shut off from the Internet without notice? Imagine how it would feel owning a business or running an organization that relied on a website being accessible worldwide and watching it get completely shut down due to a dictatorial government. Imagine being a citizen abroad trying to find information about the upheaval in your country, but the website you wanted to access was shut down because it was within the dictators control. Uneasy feeling, isnt it? January through March, 2010 – China The .CN registry reverses its policy, and requires every registrant of .CN domains to submit a copy of a Chinese business license and a Chinese citizen photo identification. Private citizens can no longer own .CN domains, only businesses. Fearing censorship and reprisals, or simply unable to come up with the required documentation, many do not comply. The .CN registry <b>…<b>

The Internet Land Rush is On! – Global Domains International, Inc.

website.ws blog.gabrielmartialmotion.ws Global Domains International, Inc. ("GDI") is pleased to introduce International Domain Names (IDNs). For the first time, .WS "WorldSite" international domains will make it possible for international Internet users who have been limited by language and cultural barriers to gain access to the online world in their native languages character sets. Our Mission: FREEDOM OF ACCESS. SECURITY OF CONTENT. ™ January 28, 2011 – Egypt June 3, 2011 – Syria On two days in 2011, a combined total of more than 100 million people were suddenly cut off from the Internet. Which country is next to be shut off from the Internet without notice? Imagine how it would feel owning a business or running an organization that relied on a website being accessible worldwide and watching it get completely shut down due to a dictatorial government. Imagine being a citizen abroad trying to find information about the upheaval in your country, but the website you wanted to access was shut down because it was within the dictators control. Uneasy feeling, isnt it? January through March, 2010 – China The .CN registry reverses its policy, and requires every registrant of .CN domains to submit a copy of a Chinese business license and a Chinese citizen photo identification. Private citizens can no longer own .CN domains, only businesses. Fearing censorship and reprisals, or simply unable to come up with the required documentation, many do not comply. The .CN registry <b>…<b>

Guadagnare in modo semplice, legale e professionale – Global Domains International

Link al sito GDI per guadagnare subito con la tutela di uno sponsor: website.ws gabrielmartialmotion.ws Guadagnare tanti soldi navigando in Internet… Stando comodamente a casa è possibile!!! Lo sto già facendo! Guarda come… Global Domains International, Inc. ("GDI") is pleased to introduce International Domain Names (IDNs). For the first time, .WS "WorldSite" international domains will make it possible for international Internet users who have been limited by language and cultural barriers to gain access to the online world in their native languages character sets. Our Mission: FREEDOM OF ACCESS. SECURITY OF CONTENT. ™ January 28, 2011 – Egypt June 3, 2011 – Syria On two days in 2011, a combined total of more than 100 million people were suddenly cut off from the Internet. Which country is next to be shut off from the Internet without notice? Imagine how it would feel owning a business or running an organization that relied on a website being accessible worldwide and watching it get completely shut down due to a dictatorial government. Imagine being a citizen abroad trying to find information about the upheaval in your country, but the website you wanted to access was shut down because it was within the dictators control. Uneasy feeling, isnt it? January through March, 2010 – China The .CN registry reverses its policy, and requires every registrant of .CN domains to submit a copy of a Chinese business license and a Chinese citizen photo identification. Private <b>…<b>