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Old 29th June 2008, 06:18 PM
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Re: TINA DAM- Blog on IDNs- Paris ICANN meeting.

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Originally Posted by Jay
Yes, bad news for those hoping for .com aliasing. But no surprise for those who have been closely following ICANN/GNSO's statements on this for the last six months.
Not so sure its all bad, just no firm roadmap or answers. Looks like each registrar will have to apply for the equivalent idn gtld, or cctld, and sort out the aliasing or mirroring of the .idn. She indicates that some may not choose to do so. I don't think that will be the case seeing as Verisign authored DNAME, and JPRS has put a proposal for aliasing out probably less than a month ago. On the positive, ICANN again states that the existing registries like .com, .jp etc are protected for their equivalents in various foreign languages.

QUOTE: "in the process for introduction of new gTLDs there are various objection procedures available. While they are not implemented completely yet you might imagine that the .tld registry operator might object to someone else applying for the IDN version the .tld."
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