The fear of managing and policing the hundreds of new gTLDs has long been a concern for brand owners. As the number of registrations approaches 2.5 million, and with ICANN announcing preparations for the next round of applications, we undertook research that reveals the different approaches brands are taking with new generic TLDs and geographic TLDs. And in both types, domain hijackers appear to be capitalising.

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