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Brazilian strip Amazon of brazen .amazon generic TLD bid register

Iain Roache invites you to read this article about how web supermarket Amazon’s bid to create new generic Top Level Domain (TLD) .amazon has hit a dead end. The e-tailer’s application to control and administer .amazon has faced objections. Charles Melvin highlights that: “the opposition to Amazon’s generic Top Level Domain (TLD) was spearheaded by representatives of Brazil and Peru, through which the Amazon River flows.".
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New generic Top Level Domains (TLD) enter home stretch

Iain Roache highlights the news recently published regarding new agreements signed. The first group of internet Registries and Registrars has signed new agreements with ICANN, bringing new generic Top Level Domains (TLD) into the home stretch of going live online: “This is an important development which has brought the process significantly forward.” Charles Melvin refers to Fadi Chehade comments “This is a huge accomplishment. We can.
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