This article reviews a new program by ICANN which allows anyone (provided such person or entity meets certain qualifications and pays a fee) to register and operate a top-level domain. The article explores possible benefits and drawbacks of this approach, and also highlights a recent decision by the Trademark Office which illustrates some of the policy choices that this program raises which have yet to be made.
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Trademark fights go generic: generic Top Level Domains highlight trademark issues