Constantine Roussos

Constantine Roussos

Founder of .MUSIC and Co-Founder of MyTLD.com
Joined on August 22, 2009 – United States
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About

Constantine Roussos is an entrepreneur from Cyprus. He earned his Bachelor degree from the University of Southern California (USC) graduated from the Marshall School of Business Entrepreneur Program, where he won top business plan in 2001 for his music community & marketplace business plan. The business plan laid the foundations for the .music domain extension initiative that began in 2004 under Music.us and in 2008 under the brand .MUSIC. Constantine is also a Harvard Business School OPM Graduate and Alumnus.

Twitter:

.Music (Official Twitter)
dotMusic (.Music News)
.Music (Music Domain News Twitter)

Myspace: .Music (dotMusic) on Myspace

Facebook Group: .Music (dotMusic) Facebook Group

About .MUSIC

.MUSIC is a community based initiative for the .music top-level domain name.

About MyTLD

MyTLD.com is a top-level domain management company for writing new gTLD applications and providing services to top-level domain applicants such as consulting, application writing and management.

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ICANN is MIA on .XYZ

How to Turn a Closed Generic gTLD Into a Restricted One

If the Stakeholders Already Control the Internet, Why NETmundial and the IANA Transition?

Is NTIA's Transition Decision the Right Dose of Chemotherapy to Repair Trust in Multistakeholderism

EU to ICANN: Go Back to Drawing Board on Auctions!

Reflections on EUI's New Community Priority Evaluation Guidelines for New gTLDs

ICANN at the Inflection Point: Implications and Effects Of the GAC Beijing Communique

ICANN Board Meetings Should be Webcast Live

ICANN Pressured to Reserve Names: "We don't accept any more reservations!"

The Death of TLD Front Running

Why the Lawsuit Against .XXX Maybe the Best Sales Tool Ever For New gTLD Applicants

New gTLDs and the 1%

New TLD Spotted - .FUD

Businesses Angry with ICANN's New gTLD Structure, Says CADNA

The Last Domain Name You'll Ever Register

Will Anyone Qualify As a Community TLD?

Given Comprehensive TLD Applicant Guidebook, How Ready Are Applicants? Notes from the Field - Part 1

What ICANN Can Learn from Humpty Dumpty

ICANN's New gTLD Double Standard?

ICANN Board: You Got It Right. Then You Got It Wrong. Now, Get It Right Again.

Making IDN gTLDs Attractive and Safe

The U.S. "Scorecard" for Brussels: Draconian Trademark Rules & The End of Private-Sector Leaders

New gTLD Auctions and Potential Unintended Consequences

ICANN Board - GAC Geneva Meeting: Open to Observers?

Implications of ICANN's New TLD Disqualification Policies and Cybersquatting 3-Strike Law

The Wall Between Registries and Registrars Comes Tumbling Down

The New gTLD Program Now Needs Momentum and Focus

It's Time for the New gTLD Delays to End

A Case for Limited New TLD Flavors

New TLD Vertical Integration, Market Forces and the Path of Least Compliance

What Does the .CO Launch Mean for New gTLDs?

New TLD Application Tip: Launch Strategies

Brand Protection Domain Registrations: There Are More Than You Think

ICANN's Economic Study - It Depends

Brand Protection Domain Registrations: There Are More Than You Think

VeriSign Anti-Trust Lawsuit Paves Way for More Suits If There Are No Vertical Integration Exceptions

ICANN (TBD): Why is ICANN Always to Blame and What to Do About It

The Internet Tribe & New gTLDs

The Real Issue About ICANN and .XXX

By the way... Your IDN is Live.

Open Letter to ICANN and the Internet Community

CADNA: New gTLD Launch to Cost Businesses $746 Million

ICANN Board Meeting Spoiler Alert

A Little Flexibility from ICANN and We Might Just Get IDNs... for Everyone

ICANN and Its Responsibilities to the Global Public Interest

XXX Saga Continues

Measuring Typosquatting Perpetrators and Funders

ICANN and Its Responsibilities to the Global Public Interest

Why is ICANN Traveling Without Moving and Thwarting Innovation in the Domain Space?

Top Three Reasons to Just Say No to ICANN’s Current EOI gTLD Proposal

Berlin the Latest New TLD Battleground?

You Don't Need to Hack Twitter.com to Control All Its Traffic and Email

gTLDs: Why Are Your Overarching Issues Not Relevant In IDN ccTLDs?

New gTLDs: Let the Gaming Begin (Part I - TLD Front Running)

New gTLD Expressions of Interest: Proceed with Caution

The Tempest in the TLD Teapot

VeriSign Supports New gTLDs with Appropriate Safeguards

Topic Interests

Top-Level DomainsICANNDNSRegistry ServicesPolicy & RegulationDomain NamesLawWebInternet GovernanceCybersquattingMobileMultilinguismCyberattackSecurityDNS SecurityRegional Registries

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