Dec 20, 2012
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Chinese ‘.catholic’ will be the first top-level domain considered in ICANN expansion
The extension .catholic, written in Chinese, will be the first name considered in a new expansion to the internet’s top-level domain system. ICANN, which manages the domain name system, held a random draw to determine the order of bids it would consider for approval in its scheme, which took applications earlier this year.

Chinese ‘.catholic’ will be the first top-level domain considered in ICANN expansion

The extension .catholic, written in Chinese, will be the first name considered in a new expansion to the internet’s top-level domain system. ICANN, which manages the domain name system, held a random draw to determine the order of bids it would consider for approval in its scheme, which took applications earlier this year.

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    I’m still waiting for .poop
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