New World Domain Nation: The Rush for Top-Level Domain Names and What It Means for the Future of the Internet
Until recently, the Internet's generic top-level domain naming space has remained a mostly closed system. It currently has only 22 variations, including the familiar ".com" and ".net" domain extensions. But by the end of next year, as many as 1,000 new domain extensions may be approved and introduced into the mainstream. What is the current status of the program, and how will you be affected?