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Peter Dengate Thrush Interviewed by Silicon Valley Watcher

Silicon Valley Watcher, run by former Financial Times correspondent Tom Foremski, has published an interview with the Chairman of Top Level Domain Holdings, Peter Dengate Thrush.

Among the subjects covered are the benefits of new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) to businesses; the effect of the new gTLDs on search engines; and the effect of issuing non-Latin-script names. Mr. Dengate Thrush also delivers a stinging rebuttal to criticisms of the introduction of gTLDs program leveled by the Association of National Advertisers (ANA).

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