Amazon's Domain Name Troubles Threaten ICANN Program
A recommendation made by a committee from ICANN, the nonprofit organization that coordinates Internet domains, to reject Amazon.com Inc.'s application for the generic top-level domain ".amazon" may end up undermining the largest-ever expansion of domains suffixes.
By Lisa Shuchman|August 07, 2013
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Note: This story has been updated to correct the name of the Government Advisory Committee.
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