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Domains under a microscope

As the tug-of-war for control over domain registration grows more intense, one of the players finds itself knocking on doors to raise funds.

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As the tug-of-war for control over domain registration grows more intense, one of the players--the nonprofit charged with taking over administration of the Internet's core functions--finds itself knocking on doors to raise funds.

"We're looking forward to any help we can get."

- Mike Roberts, interim president, Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers

 


Domain registrars offer ICANN help
Thirteen future domain name registrars promise to voluntarily give the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers $1 for each sale of a domain name as the body struggles to stay afloat.

House subcommittee to address domains
The House Subcommittee on Courts and Intellectual Property in a hearing tomorrow will explore domain names' relationship to trademarks and other intellectual property rights.

NSI to launch domain name directory
update Network Solutions further details about its "Dot Com Directory," a service similar to yellow-pages listings that is designed to help the registrar hold on to its dominant position.

previous coverage
House subcommittee gives NSI a grilling
update A highly charged House subcommittee hearing convened to scrutinize the nonprofit taking over administration of the critical Internet infrastructure ends up taking the dominant registrar to task as well.

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