ICANN Seeks Input on Internationalized Domain Names

The Internet's key oversight agency sought to identify policy disputes that might arise from the introduction of addresses that end in non-Latin scripts, marking one more step toward making the Internet truly global. In anticipation of non-English suffixes, the ICANN board asked representatives from governments and operators of country-code domains such as ".fr" for France to come up with a list of policy questions that must be resolved.

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