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Neue generische Top-Level-Domains

Am 20. Juni 2011 hat ICANN der lang ersehnten Erweiterung der Namensgebung im Internet zugestimmt und damit nahezu beliebige Top-Level-Domains erlaubt. Neben traditionellen Domainendungen wie ».de« oder ».com« wurden damit zum Beispiel auch Städte- und Branchen-Domains wie ».köln« oder ».shop« möglich.
Das nächste Internetzeitalter
Dieser Beschluss gegen alle Widerstände war schon eine kleine Revolution. ICANN-Vorstandsmitglied Sébastien Bachollet sprach bei fast 2.000 Anträgen für den Betrieb einer neuen Domain-Endung sogar von einem »neuen Internetzeitalter«.
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