Over the weekend, ICANN's Board of Directors met in Norway to discuss the fate of new generic Top-Level Domains (gTLDs). As a result of the meeting, two resolutions were passed related to new gTLDs.
First, the Board resolved to recommend further actions based on comments recently submitted by the Governmental Advisory Committee. The second resolution directed the ICANN CEO to incorporate a number of items into the fifth version of the Guidebook including:
The announcement accompanying the published resolutions stated that "many important issues have been addressed, including trademark protection, morality and public order, and vertical integration."
By Elisa Cooper, Vice President of Marketing at Lecorpio
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