July 23, 2001

Dot controversy hits US

Author: JT Smith

After spending several years talking about making the .us top-level domain more acecssible, the U.S. Department of Commerce is finally ready to transform its words into action. Public interest groups argue that the DoC is needlessly auctioning off a valuable public resource, and that such moves are not needed now that ICANN is in the processes of rolling out new global top-level domains, such as .biz and .info. Full story at Interactive Week.
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