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In recent times, we’ve seen  a major shift in the domains industry. With .COM names becoming scarce, the new gTLDs have gained a lot of popularity, to say the least. .XYZ has taken the market by storm, nTLDs like .ONLINE and .TECH have made a record number of registrations. As a reseller, you’re probably all too familiar with gTLDs and the rise. But the rise of these 1,800+ new TLDs has opened up the risk…

As the internet space is expanding with an influx of new TLDs, over 4 million new domain names have been registered on these nTLDs. Obviously, clashes over domain names become inevitable and copyright issues follow soon. This may also give way to illegitimate businesses, cyber crimes and other unlawful activities. Understandably, brand protection agencies are having a tough time, although some measures instituted by ICANN have made their lives easier! Let us take a look…

What is ICANN’s new gTLD (generic Top Level Domain) Program? It signals the beginning of the largest-ever expansion of the Domain Name System (DNS); a change that promises to promote global innovation, competition and consumer choice in the last decade. On 23 October 2013, first new gTLDs from ICANN’s New gTLD Program were delegated. This means they were into the Internet’s Root Zone, the authoritative database for the Internet. Below are the gTLDs or strings…