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ICANN's New TLD Software Flaw May Have Revealed Rival Bid Detail

The internet naming company ICANN has admitted that rival bidders for highly valuable new internet domains could have seen each others' secret bids because of flaws in its registration software. The company took the system offline on Thursday afternoon, just hours before applications were due to close after being open for more than three months.

Read full story: Guardian Unlimited

Updates:  UPDATED May 03, 2012 10:27 AM PDT
TAS Interruption Update ICANN, May.2.2012

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