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Short Take: New Net domain registry takes another step

Emergent Corporation has struck a deal with creators of the global Internet Council of Registrars (CORE) to build a new Net domain name system to compete with the current U.S. registrar, the InterNIC. CORE has more than 85 members and was established by a group called the interim Policy Oversight Committee, an affiliate of the Internet Society. The committee is overseeing the plan, which also would create seven new domain names including ".arts," ".firm," ".info," ".shop," and ".web."

    Emergent Corporation has struck a deal with creators of the global Internet Council of Registrars (CORE) to build a new Net domain name system to compete with the current U.S. registrar, the InterNIC. CORE has more than 85 members and was established by a group called the interim Policy Oversight Committee, an affiliate of the Internet Society. The committee is overseeing the plan, which also would create seven new domain names including ".arts," ".firm," ".info," ".shop," and ".web."