Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
Local domains for local people
Will new top level domains, including .London, bring order or chaos to the net?
London top level domain registration opens today
The .London domain will offer businesses the opportunity to personalise their online presence
Icann to release nine new top-level domain names
Domain names such as .guru, .singles and .clothing are up for grabs.
Amazon under renewed fire over TLD grab
Internet giant irks publishers after making a play for .book, .author and .read
US fails to win early limit on net regulation at global
Efforts to impose tighter controls over internet users fail to win overseas backing.
Industry hits out at ICANN domain name application process
High application fees mean smaller firms will miss out on securing their business domains, experts warn.
Brands, websites, and ICANN's $185,000
Inside the Enterprise: Businesses are being encouraged to pay a six-figure sum to apply for the new top-level internet domains. But social media may m…
ICANN reveals .app is the most applied for top level domain
Amazon and Google set to battle it out for 20 domain names including .app, .search, .store and .talk.
ICANN opens 'costly' gTLD sales
Companies will have to pay $185,000 to get their hands on a personalised TLD.
London and Scotland after own domain names
Cities and countries are looking at getting their own TLDs, with Icann set to open the submissions process soon.
Brands urged to safeguard .xxx domains
"Sun rise" period extended to quell fears of cyber squatting.
Has ICANN opened the door to a load of dot whatnots?
Inside the Enterprise: ICANN's new global Top Level Domain system sounds obscure, but could prove a headache for businesses.
Don’t panic: IPv4 addresses running out
Businesses have been advised not to panic about IPv4 addresses running out.
eNom accused of being number one for malware sites
Being the host with the most is not so good for eNom.
Week in Review: The election, the iPad and internet history
This week in IT, iPad sales hit the million mark, internet history was made and the election was everywhere.
Non-Latin web addresses go live for first time
Icann has announced the introduction of non-Latin web addresses, a move hailed as “a major turning point in the history of the internet”.
‘Climate of fear’ is best weapon against cyber crime
A member of the Serious Organised Crime Agency has claimed cyber criminals are best tackled through fear of prosecution.
ICANN: Most web domain registrations are faulty
A new report on the accuracy of domain registrations has found 77 per cent of records have information that is missing, incorrect or deliberately fals…
EU adds new characters to domain names
Greek, Cyrillic, and other different character sets will now be able to work on the '.eu' domain.
Kaminsky flaw fixed for .com and .net by 2011
Verisign anticipates an industry-wide effort to finally rid the net of the Kaminsky flaw.
ICANN's global domains could increase phishing attacks
Allowing different character sets on the internet could leave users open to new kinds of phishing and web attacks.
ICANN takes domain names global
ICANN has formally approved the use of non-Latin characters in domain names.
ICANN: Domains to go multilingual by year end
Domain names will be able to use non-Latin scripts by the end of the year, according to ICANN.