The opening up of the global top level domain (gTLD) space could be a boon for scammers and a major headache for well known brands that must protect their online identity from spurious lookalikes created with malicious intent.
A proposal by auDA to impose tight security requirements on domain name registrars has gained wide approval but the head of the largest registrar, NetRegistry, warns that it could be overly onerous, and drive smaller registrars out of the market.
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