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Non-English Domain Names to Arrive on Internet

World Journal, Posted: Jun 29, 2008

NEW YORKThe Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) passed new domain name regulations at its annual conference in Paris this week, reported the World Journal. Thousands of new domain names such as .paris and .Pepsi will be created. Non-English languages, including Chinese will be used in domain names, which is seen as the most significant evolution in Internet domain names in the past twenty years. All current available domain names will be used up by 2011. ICANN will start accepting applications for new domain names in 2009. The application fee starts at 100,000 USD.


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