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Icann shoot Googles plan dotless. Search domain off
The ICANN adopted a resolution that prohibits the use of so-called dotless-domains. Google was right in favor of this possibility and wanted to use it to create the url http://search. An open redirect service
ICANN Adopted in a resolution that the Icann has come when there are too many security risks to sticking. following an extensive investigation into the pros and cons of so-called dotless domains concluded writes Google and some other parties were in favor of the concept.
With a dotless-domain had been possible to use without the point. A top level domain Google hoped in this way to turn when using the redirect url http://search. The tld. Search ‘in Due to this field to attach a query structure had an end user can easily search. From the address bar of his browser Other companies that search engines would be allowed to operate. Of. Use search That idea is ruling the Icann so the job.
The ICANN is currently busy processing the applications for new gTLDs. Agencies and companies could submit applications for new gTLDs in recent months. Google submitted applications to include. Search,. App., And blog. Cloud. It was recently announced that the applications of DNS Belgium for. Brussels. Flanders approved. The Dutch government was initially planning to register. Overheidnl but saw here off because the conversion would be. too expensive and too complexViewing:-120
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