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Crucial Internet Vote in Paris

by David Brooks | 26.06.2008

A complete overhaul of the way people navigate the internet could begin following a crucial vote in Paris.

The net’s regulator Icann will vote to decide if the strict rules on so-called top level domain names, such as .com or .uk, can be relaxed.

If approved, firms could turn brands into web addresses while individuals could also grab a unique domain based on their name, for example.

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