ICANN clears way for release of new gTLD two-character domain names

On October 16 2014 the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) voted to "implement an efficient procedure" for the release of two-character domain names by new gTLD registries. These registries had previously been obliged to withhold such domain names pursuant to the New gTLD Registry Agreement in order to avoid potential security and stability issues, particularly where such domain names corresponded to country-code top-level domains.


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