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Re: [alac] [Fwd: [ga] VeriSign offering Chinese IDN-TLDs?? Which root??]

  • To: Annette Muehlberg <annette.muehlberg@xxxxxx>
  • Subject: Re: [alac] [Fwd: [ga] VeriSign offering Chinese IDN-TLDs?? Which root??]
  • From: Jean Armour Polly <mom@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2006 07:19:53 -0400

OOH yes, sometimes it's better to plan late so as to take advantage of late-breaking news. This goes way beyond IDN.

Let's invite Bret to do his popular talk show format with some title like
Verisign: OOPS I Did it Again!

Oh, and while we're at it, let's be sure to register alac.hk etc... :-)

At 11:47 AM +0200 10/25/06, Annette Muehlberg recently said:
I did not see the issue on the ICANN meeting schedule (maybe it is included in some workshop) - should we organize something?



Hong Xue wrote:

 Wow! I double checked the page. It's real! Why didn't we hear any
 objection to this? What are ICANN going to do?



VeriSign Now Offering Chinese Character Extensions VeriSign Digital Brand Management Services is now offering the following Chinese character extensions:

 * .íÜçë (.china)
 * .å?éi (.company)
 * .?§¬Á (.network)

 Domain names cannot exceed 20 characters (each constituting element is
 considered as one character). For further details, please contact your
 VeriSign Digital Brand Management Services Account Team or Enterprise
 Customer Support.

On 10/25/06, Vittorio Bertola <vb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

 Interesting question.

-------- Messaggio Originale -------- Oggetto: [ga] VeriSign offering Chinese IDN-TLDs?? Which root?? Data: Tue, 24 Oct 2006 18:15:30 -0700 (PDT) Da: George Kirikos <gkirikos@xxxxxxxxx> A: ga@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx


 According to:

 Verisign is offering "Chinese-character extensions", equivalent to
 .china, .company, and .network.

 In which root are these being offered??


 George Kirikos

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