1) .reg with comany name, REQUIRES the country and classification so as not
to confuse it with others: suggest - name.class.country.reg
2) These ALL would
have to be used in place of above, else cause confusion. Above is much better IMO.
.rcom could be name.class.country.rcom (class still required), instead of above.
.rnet could be name.country.rnet instead of name.net.country.reg
.rorg could be name.country.rorg instead of name.org.country.reg
3) .rweb and system
used for all new gTLDs, like I say in 2 above is not as good IMO as option 1. This
is because .REG acts like a tab of authentication and is not ambiguous.
4) So you
are saying name.country.class instead of .REG? - I still think .REG best. It is easy
for consumer to understand that it is a trademark - as is anything with (tm) after
5) Its certainly different - companies sharing something. It does not address
the classification problem.
There is no trademarked area, as such. It is the solution
that gives them a tag, to stop the stupid laws - that allow companies to use their
trademarks for anti-competitive purposes (which is illegal).
And stop them stealing
domains off their legitimate owner (which the have made legal).
They could still
use dot COMs for advertising purposes. Then the consumer can see they have got the
tag of .REG as proof of trademark.
The open area is anywhere the Internet
- which is what it is meant to be. Green fields for all to use.