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International Domain Names Tested Successfully

Internationalized domain names have moved a step closer to reality, after ICANN announced it had successfully completed testing.

ICANN commissioned a laboratory test of IDNs in October 2006. The test was designed to establish whether the use of encoded internationalized characters would "have any impact on the operations of the root name servers providing delegations, or the iterative mode resolvers."

Read full story: CNET News

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