ICANN is currently going through a complicated process in order to introduce more Top-Level Domains (TLDs).
While the launch of new TLDs is something that a lot of people will welcome it is not without its issues.
One of the areas that has been receiving quite a bit of attention is in relation to intellectual property rights.
So what has this got to do with privacy?
In many respects very little, but unfortunately the latest document that the IP community have released does impact on privacy.
In simple terms the IP people see their rights as being more important than those of private individuals.
And if you have feelings about the subject I would urge you to make your feelings known to ICANN — any internet user can do so!
|Data Center||Policy & Regulation|
|DNS Security||Regional Registries|
|Domain Names||Registry Services|
|Intellectual Property||Top-Level Domains|
|Internet of Things||Web|
|Internet Protocol||White Space|
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