gTLD applicants clarify intentions as Google officially launches domain registry
The gTLD wheels keep turning, with Google launching its domain registry online and applicants for generic strings clarifying their intended use of the TLDs (with a number announcing U-turns on whether their registry will be closed). The latter came a day after ICANN also revealed that a batch of previously stalled applications can proceed to delegation if the applicant blocks certain second-level domains while further assessments are undertaken.
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