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'.Catholic' Internet Domain Name Reserved By Vatican For Church Organizations Only Religion News Service | By Eric J. Lyman Posted: 11/10/2013 9:35 am EST

ROME (RNS) The Vatican has secured the use of the new Internet domain name “.catholic,” but bloggers hoping that platform could ramp up their own digital pulpit will be disappointed — the Holy See says it’ll be reserved for church-related organizations, not individuals. The new rules on how to assign rights to the “.catholic” domain name are part of the larger issue of how to adapt a tradition-bound, 2,000year-old institution to the fast-paced digital present. Case in point: As the parameters of the new domain name were being set, Ivano Dionigi, president of the Vatican’s Latin Academy, said Friday he was still debating how to say “Twitter” in Latin. Pope Francis tweets in eight languages, and his Latin feed is surprisingly popular — it has more followers than the native languages of the last previous two popes, German and Polish. But there is still no consensus on how to refer to the medium in the church’s official language, Dionigi said. National top-level Internet domains, such as “.it” for Italy or “.ca” for Canada or “.mx” for Mexico, are usually limited to sites based in those countries, and so the Vatican’s “.va” domain is necessarily restricted because it can be used only for sites that originate from within the 110 acres of the tiny city-state. But other domains don’t carry geographical restrictions, though newer top-level Internet domains created by ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) like “.movie” or “.guru” or “.museum” are more restrictive than the Web’s original monikers “.com,” “.org” and “.net.” In the case of “.catholic,” individuals — whether religious bloggers or a cleric — will not have access, according to Monsignor Paul Tighe, secretary of the Vatican’s social communications council. That extension will be reserved for church institutions such as dioceses, parishes, religious orders, schools, universities or hospitals. Use of the domain, Tighe said, will be a guarantee that a site is “authentically Catholic.” “The domain will create a cohesive and organized [Web] presence … so the recognized structure of the church will be mirrored online,” he said, according to Italian media reports. Filed by Yasmine Hafiz | 12 people are discussing this article with 17 comments Start a conversation...

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The view from the deck of the small, century-old cabin was a dream come true for Andy and Ceil Barrie -- a sweeping panorama of 13,000 and 14,000foot peaks towering above the forest of centuries-old bristlecone pines. It convinced the couple to buy a 3-bedroom home in a subdivision below, where they could live year-round, and the 10-acre parcel surrounding the cabin in the midst the White River National Forest. Now the county government, alarmed that the couple drives their ATV up a 1.2-mile old mining road to the cabin, wants to take the Barrie's land — and it's doing so by claiming eminent domain. Rather than using the practice of government seizure of private property to promote economic development, the county is using it to preserve open space.

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The move shocked the Barries. They have allowed hikers to travel through their property, had no plans to develop the land and were negotiating with the county at the time it moved to condemn the property. Open space "is all it's ever been," said Andy Barrie. "I feel like I can't trust my government." Summit County Attorney Jeff Huntley said the county had to act after the Barries insisted on being able to use motorized transport to get to the cabin. "People in this community are very intent on preserving the back country," he said. Experts in eminent domain say it's rare for governments to use that power to create parks or open space. "It's not that you can't do it, but they don't do it much," said Dana Berliner, who was co-counsel in the 2005 U.S. Supreme Court case upholding the constitutionality of eminent domain. "There's typically other ways of doing open space than just taking land." But in Colorado, where picturesque mountain towns are bursting with tourists and second-homeowners, and outdoor recreation is the state religion, there have been a few instances of cities deciding to confiscate land to preserve it. The most significant was when Telluride in 2004 seized 572 acres that the owner wanted to develop along the San Miguel River and left it as open space. The state Supreme Court upheld the confiscation, saying that especially overcrowded mountain towns need to preserve their recreational and natural assets.

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Breckenridge is the prototypical Colorado ski town that attracts hordes of ski bums, tourists and residents because of its position at the foot of the sweeping Tenmile range, swaddled in preserved land. Among those it lured are the Barries, who run a firm that provides Christmas wreaths to nonprofits and have a residence in the Chicago suburbs.

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The couple came to Colorado annually on golf trips with some of Andy's old high school pals. On a 2011 journey, Ceil met friends in Breckenridge and found a restored cabin nestled in a woodsy subdivision just outside the town boundaries. It was a century-old property built on top of a creek that one could watch burble below through a transparent floor in the master bedroom. And it was for sale along with 10 acres just up the ridgeline. The Barries stayed there that summer and hiked up the county open space trail on the old mining road behind the lower house, through the national forest, to the old cabin at tree line. The view won them over. They decided to sell their second home on a Wisconsin lake and buy the lower and upper property in a package deal for $550,000. The transaction closed in late 2011 and came with a converted All-Terrain vehicle they could use to drive up the road in the winter.

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A western wrinkle on eminent domain NICHOLAS RICCARDI | February 17, 2014 05:15 AM EST | Associated Press Compare other versions » BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. (AP) — The view from the deck of the small, century-old cabin was a dream come true for Andy and Ceil Barrie -- a sweeping panorama of 13,000 and 14,000-foot peaks towering above the forest of centuries-old bristlecone pines. It convinced the couple to buy a 3-bedroom home in a subdivision below, where they could live year-round, and the 10-acre parcel surrounding the cabin in the midst the White River National Forest. Now the county government, alarmed that the couple drives their ATV up a 1.2-mile old mining road to the cabin, wants to take the Barrie's land — and it's doing so by claiming eminent domain. Rather than using the practice of government seizure of private property to promote economic development, the county is using it to preserve open space. The move shocked the Barries. They have allowed hikers to travel through their property, had no plans to develop the land and were negotiating with the county at the time it moved to condemn the property. Open space "is all it's ever been," said Andy Barrie. "I feel like I can't trust my government." Summit County Attorney Jeff Huntley said the county had to act after the Barries insisted on being able to use motorized transport to get to the cabin. "People in this community are very intent on preserving the back country," he said. Experts in eminent domain say it's rare for governments to use that power to create parks or open space. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/huff-wires/20140217/us--seizing-land-for-public-space/?utm_hp_ref=style&ir=style

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"It's not that you can't do it, but they don't do it much," said Dana Berliner, who was co-counsel in the 2005 U.S. Supreme Court case upholding the constitutionality of eminent domain. "There's typically other ways of doing open space than just taking land." But in Colorado, where picturesque mountain towns are bursting with tourists and second-home-owners, and outdoor recreation is the state religio n, there have been a few instances of cities deciding to confiscate land to preserve it. The most significant was when Telluride in 2004 seized 572 acres that the owner wanted to develop along the San Miguel River and left it as open space. The state Supreme Court upheld the confiscation, saying that especially overcrowded mountain towns need to preserve their recreational and natural assets. Breckenridge is the prototypical Colorado ski town that attracts hordes of ski bums, tourists and residents because of its position at the foot of the sweeping Tenmile range, swaddled in preserved land. Among those it lured are the Barries, who run a firm that provides Christmas wreaths to nonprofits and have a residence in the Chicago suburbs. The couple came to Colorado annually on golf trips with some of Andy's old high school pals. On a 2011 journey, Ceil met friends in Breckenridge and found a restored cabin nestled in a woodsy subdivision just outside the town boundaries. It was a century-old property built on top of a creek that one could watch burble below through a transparent floor in the master bedroom. And it was for sale along with 10 acres just up the ridgeline. The Barries stayed there that summer and hiked up the county open space trail on the old mining road behind the lower house, through the national forest, to the old cabin at tree line. The view won them over. They decided to sell their second home on a Wisconsin lake and buy the lower and upper property in a package deal for $550,000. The transaction closed in late 2011 and came with a converted All-Terrain vehicle they could use to drive up the road in the winter. That's when the trouble began. The U S. Forest Service told the Barries they couldn't use a motorized vehicle on the road to access their 10 acres, which float like an island in the 2.1 million acres of the White River National Forest. The Barries countered that they had a legal right to traverse the old road and prepared a court challenge. Summit County contacted the Barries and asked to buy the land. The Barries said it wasn't for sale. The county commissioners voted to condemn the property on Oct. 25, endorsing a staff report that found that "public motorized access" to the property could damage the alpine tundra and streams, as well as habitat for the endangered lynx. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/huff-wires/20140217/us--seizing-land-for-public-space/?utm_hp_ref=style&ir=style

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The county also discovered that the prior owner had illegally expanded the upper mining cabin by building its second story and deck. The Barries say they are pursuing legal action against the seller. On a recent day, the Barries drove up the winding mining road to the cabin. Inside the compact, unheated structure was a set of bunk beds and a coffee table garnished with a copy of Cabin Life magazine, as well as a single light powered by a solar panel outside. The Barries said they were frustrated. They would have hap pily demolished the cabin if needed -- they say they'd be happy to spend warm evenings up there in a yurt or tent -- and had been trying to give some of the land to conservation groups. They spoke about how their children are now all in college and they hoped to relocate to Colorado as empty nesters. "We just want the land," Ceil Barrie said forlornly. ___ Follow Nicholas Riccardi on Twitter at https://twitter.com/NickRiccardi . Copyright 2014 The Local Paper. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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The inventor of the world wide web believes an online "Magna Carta" is needed to protect and enshrine the independence of the medium he created and the rights of its users worldwide. Sir Tim Berners-Lee told the Guardian the web had come under increasing attack from governments and corporate influence and that new rules were needed to protect the "open, neutral" system. Speaking exactly 25 years after he wrote the first draft of the first proposal for what would become the world wide web, the computer scientist said: "We need a global constitution – a bill of rights." Berners-Lee's Magna Carta plan is to be taken up as part of an initiative called "the web we want", which calls on people to generate a digital bill of rights in each country – a statement of principles he hopes will be supported by public institutions, government officials and corporations. "Unless we have an open, neutral internet we can rely on without worrying about what's happening at the back door, we can't have open government, good democracy, good healthcare, connected communities and diversity of culture. It's not naive to think we can have that, but it is naive to think we can just sit back and get it." Berners-Lee has been an outspoken critic of the American and British spy agencies' surveillance of citizens following the revelations by National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden. In the light of what has emerged, he said, people were http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/mar/12/online-magna-carta-berners-lee-web

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looking for an overhaul of how the security services were managed. His views also echo across the technology industry, where there is particular anger about the efforts by the NSA and Britain's GCHQ to undermine encryption and security tools – something many cybersecurity experts say has been counterproductive and undermined everyone's security. Principles of privacy, free speech and responsible anonymity would be explored in the Magna Carta scheme. "These issues have crept up on us," Berners-Lee said. "Our rights are being infringed more and more on every side, and the danger is that we get used to it. So I want to use the 25th anniversary for us all to do that, to take the web back into our own hands and define the web we want for the next 25 years." The web constitution proposal should also examine the impact of copyright laws and the cultural-societal issues around the ethics of technology. While regional regulation and cultural sensitivities would vary, Berners-Lee said he believed a shared document of principle could provide an international standard for the values of the open web. He is optimistic that the "web we want" campaign can be mainstream, despit e the apparent lack of awareness of public interest in the Snowden story. "I wouldn't say people in the UK are apathetic – I would say that they have greater trust in their government than other countries. They have the attitude that we voted for them, so let them get on and do it. "But we need our lawyers and our politicians to understand programming, to understand what can be done with a computer. We also need to revisit a lot of legal structure, copyright law – the laws that put people in jail which have been largely set up to protect the movie producers … None of this has been set up to preserve the day to day discourse between individuals and the day to day democracy that we need to run the country," he said. Berners-Lee also spoke out strongly in favour of changing a key and controversial element of internet governance that would remove a small but symbolic piece of US control. The US has clung on to the Iana contract, which controls the dominant database of all domain names, but has faced increased pressure post-Snowden. He said: "The removal of the explicit link to the US department of commerce is long overdue. The US can't have a global place in the running of something which is so nonnational. There is huge momentum towards that uncoupling but it is right that we keep a multi-stakeholder approach, and one where governments and companies are both kept at arm's length." http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/mar/12/online-magna-carta-berners-lee-web

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An online Magna Carta: Berners-Lee calls for bill of rights for web | Technology | The Guardian

Berners-Lee also reiterated his concern that the web could be balkanised by countries or organisations carving up the digital space to work under their own rules, whether for censorship, regulation or commerce. We all have to play a role in that future, he said, citing resistance to proposed copyright theft regulation. He said: "The key thing is getting people to fight for the web and to see the harm t hat a fractured web would bring. Like any human system, the web needs policing and of course we need national laws, but we must not turn the network into a series of national silos." Berners-Lee also starred in the London 2012 Olympics, typing the words "this is for everyone" on a computer in the centre of the arena. He has stuck firmly to the principle of openness, inclusivity and democracy since he invented the web in 1989, choosing not to commercialise his model. Rejecting the idea that government and commercial control of such a powerful medium was inevitable, Berners-Lee said it would be impossible: "Not until they prise the keyboards from our cold, dead fingers."

Creator of web free to use for everyone As a boy growing up in south-west London, Tim Berners-Lee was a keen trainspotter, which led to his interest in model railways and then electronics. But computers were already familiar concept in the family home – both his parents worked on the creation of the world's first commercially built computer, the Ferranti Mk1. Berners-Lee got a first in physics at Oxford and then worked in a series of engineering roles. But it was at Cern, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, in Geneva where he embarked on projects which would lead to the creation of the world wide web. His aim was to allow researchers all over the world to share documents and his first proposals were judged as "vague but interesting" by a manager at Cern. He combined existing technology such as the internet and hypertext and combined them to produce an immense interconnected document storage system. Berners-Lee labelled it the world wide web, although his Francophone collaborators found it difficult to pronounce. The web was first open to new users in 1991, and in 1992, the first browser was created to scan and select the millions of documents which already existed. Although the web has seen the creation and loss of countless fortunes, Berners-Lee and http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/mar/12/online-magna-carta-berners-lee-web

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his team ensured that it was free to use for everyone. Berners-Lee now works through various organisations to ensure that the web is accessible to all and that the concept of the neutrality of the net is observed by governments and corporations. More from the guardian

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CentralNic Signs Agreement with Domain Venture Partners Categories: Business, CentralNic, gtlds, ICANN, newgTLDs, press-releases by Rob Golding

CentralNic Signs Agreement with Domain Venture Partners London, England; February 18, 2014 – CentralNic plc (AIM:CNIC), the internet platform business which derives revenues from the worldwide sale of internet domain names, today announces that it has signed an agreement (“agreement”) with Domain Venture Partners’ new investment fund, DVP II, whereby the Company has been selected to be the registry service provider for certain registries acquired by DVP II; meaning that CentralNic’s platform will be used to enable their domain names to be purchased through domain name retailers (“registrars”) worldwide. Domain Venture Partners (“DVP”) recently launched DVP II as an investment fund, with a target size of US$400 million, to acquire Top-Level Domain registries, some of which are already live. DVP (through DVP I) invested in 60 companies which applied for licenses to operate generic TLD registries, and has become one of the largest registry operator groups. Commenting on the agreement between CentralNic and DVP II, Ben Crawford, CEO of CentralNic said: This presents a fantastic new opportunity for CentralNic, and we are delighted to be working with the market leading professionals within the ba nking, legal and technology fields that support DVP II. This agreement not only fits well with our stated strategy to increase the inventory of Top-Level Domains carried by our platform, but also confirms CentralNic’s position as market leader in providing registry services. In addition to the potential to accelerate top-line and bottom-line growth for CentralNic, our experience and expertise in promoting registries will complement Domain Venture Partners’ already formidable Sales and Marketing capability. We look forward to working with the team at DVP II as both companies seek to expand our presence in the market. Charles Melvin, Chief Operating Officer at Domain Venture Partners said, CentralNic is an organisation that shares our passion to develop and transform the global domain name market place We are delighted to welcome CentralNic as a preferred technology back-end provider. We have been impressed by CentralNic’s experience in operating successful registry back-end services as well as its proven ability to market and help distribute domain names in a strategic and creative manner. ICANN Accredited Domain Registrar Astutium Ltd have been a CentralNIC Registrar for over 10 years and looking forward to the new opportunities for our clients that this new agreement brings. Tags: centralnic, industry-news, investments, newgtlds, press-releases http://blog.astutium.com/

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Nominet Selected as Emergency Back-End Registry Operator (EBERO) for new gTLDs Categories: ICANN, newgTLDs, Nominet, Software by Rob Golding Congratulations to Nominet for being selected as provider for the EBERO service.

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ICANN is pleased to announce that Nominet recently signed an agreement to act as Emergency Back-End Registry Operator (EBERO)

EBERO service providers offer an additional layer of protection to the Domain Name System (DNS). Should anything happen to a gTLD Registry, EBERO providers will step in and administe r operations, ensuring that Internet users do not experience a disruption of service. Though new gTLD Registries are vetted for operational capacity, the EBERO program will help maintain a stable, secure and resilient DNS in the unlikely chance of Registry failure. Nominet was among the 14 candidates that responded to ICANN’s original Request For Information. The selection process was stringent and ca ndidates had to meet a variety of technical requirements, as well as demonstrate experience in operating domain name and registration data directory services. Nominet has extensive experience related to Registries and Registrars, and scalable systems and services. Additionally, they are geographically diverse and highly resilient.

Official Announcement at http://newgtlds.icann.org/en/announcements-and -media/announcement-11feb14-en Tags: domains, EBERO, newgtlds, nominet Feb 06

First 7 newGTLDs Now Available .bike .clothing .guru .holdings .plumbing .singles .ventures Categories: Domains, Donuts, newgTLDs, Registries by Rob Golding Starting from today Domain Names are able to registered addresses in targeted/specific/additional newGTLDs (Global Top Level Domains). Today sees the general availability of the first 7 newGTLDs: .bike .clothing .guru .holdings .plumbing .singles .ventures with more than 1000 more coming out during 2014′s weekly newGTLD roll-out. As of now the internet domain name systems are changing on a scale never seen before – no longer are you limited to just the appropriate country code (ccTLD) or the legacy generics. This is an exciting time for domain registrants who can now specify a relevant name for their websites Rob Golding, Astutium Ltd The initial 7 are now available to register at Astutium Domain Checker. Anyone can register names in these new gTLDS on a first-come, first-served basis Additional domains will be rolled out weekly throughout 2014 – to keep up to date with the launch schedules subscribe to our (link)New Global Top Level Domain Mailinglist(link). http://blog.astutium.com/

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Company and Brand owners also need to be aware of the availability and challenges they will face, and those with a relevant trademark should speak to us about TM protection and advance registration services to protect their intellectual property

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newGTLDs – Protecting Your Brand and Trademark Infographic Categories: Domains, gtlds, ICANN, newgTLDs, Registries by Rob Golding ICANN have published an infographic for their favourite overlords – IP Rights Holders. This provides some detail/information regarding trademarks and the new policies/procedures/acronyms TM holders can use in the newGTLD world. They have of course missed several vital pieces of the puzzle off the graphics, the least of which is to inform you that every step/system has an associated cost (starting from several thousand $)

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BBC News - Does England need its own internet domain?

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Does England need its own internet domain? By Andrew Glover BBC News

Debates concerning national identity and patriotism have a habit of turning lively. But does anyone care whether England gets its own internet domain name? The race between London and Scotland could be heading for a photo finish. England though, will not even be in the picture. Businesses across Scotland may have new websites with the .scot suffix in time for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, this summer. Firms and tourist attractions in England's capital could too be nailing their online colours to the mast with a .london address, within months. Elsewhere in the land of St George, however, there will be no stampede for change, because a dot England top-level domain (TLD) is not yet on the horizon. To date, no application has been lodged with Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the international body responsible for assigning the domains. 'Cool country'

But does it matter that English businesses cannot include their country in their web addresses? And would it make a difference if patriotic internet users could send emails from a .England account? John Sewell is firmly in the "Yes" camp, having set up the DotEng campaign five years ago. Drawing on his industry experience, Mr Sewell believed he had the "knowhow and ability" to lead the effort, but accepts momentum has stalled. "I do get lots of people wanting to get involved but it's more so wanting to get involved afterwards so they can run it," he said. "I still think it should happen, it's happening all around the world. "My view is that it's not a bad thing to be patriotic. England is a cool country, we're highly in demand for fashion and many other things. "I know we're a United Kingdom but we're also passionate about being English without being disrespectf ul to anyone else. There's a lot of entrepreneurial flair in this country." Mr Sewell's online petition is still running, but he believes it would take the involvement of big business before a serious application for an England TLD will be made. 'Way behind'

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"I'd hate to think it was dead and buried and I'd like to think it can still happen." Richard Stevenson, from domain name registrar 1&1 Internet, which is one of a number of firms selling .london addresses, believes it could take a number of years before efforts for an England TLD to reach fruition. "As no formal application was submitted to ICANN for .England, it is indeed way behind in the process, " he said. "There would be new benefits in being able to localise a website to England specifically, as opposed to the UK, which for example, could be valuable for English tourism, farming, legal sectors and also personal websites. "However, with about 10 million registrations to date, I do think that the existing .co.uk is doing a great job as a beacon for identifying UK based businesses, certainly f or overseas audiences." Mr Stevenson said one of the most powerful benefits of a TLD was being able to "demonstrate relevance" to a subject, industry or location simply from a web address. "For many users, geographical identity is a powerful boon on the internet." Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond has said .scot would be a "marvellously expressive domain" and Mr Sewell believes a "Yes" vote in the independence referendum could be a fresh "catalyst" for his campaign. 'Market for domains'

Applicants in the last round of TLD allocations paid ICANN about ÂŁ110,000, but estimates for total associated costs reach almost ÂŁ300,000. Martin Greig, from London & Partners, the organisation that helped secure the capital's domain, said a survey had suggested one in four companies would opt for a new address. "The registrars tell us that of all of the generic new top-level domains they have available for pre-registration that .london is by far one of the most popular. "There is a market for these new domains, obviously .scot is coming soon, I believe .wales is going to be one and there clearly is going to be a new .uk as well. "Dot England? I don't see any reason why there shouldn't be one but it's clearly going to be down to someone to make the application." For now the wait goes on, although if campaigners like John Sewell ever get their way, there will eventually be a corner of the internet that is forever England.

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BBC News - DotShabaka top-level internet domain goes live

TECHNOLOGY 3 February 2014 Last updated at 13:24 GMT

DotShabaka top-level internet domain goes live By Leo Kelion

Technology reporter

An Arabic net address ending has become the first to go live as part of the rollout of more than 1,000 new generic top-level domain (gTLD) name suffixes. The first websites ending in ‫ﺷﺑﻛﺔ‬. - pronounced dot shabaka, and meaning web - went online a day ahead of schedule. Until now, there were only 22 gTLDs, including .com and .org, in addition to country code endings, such as .uk. Organisers say the existing system had become too crowded, but critics say the expansion will add to firms' costs. Businesses wishing to protect and publicise their brands will want to register what are called second-level domains under the new suffixes- for example Coca-Cola might want to safeguard coke.shop when the .shop gTLD becomes available. Although most of these new domains should only cost about £10 to £30 a year to own, the sheer number and associated administrative costs will add up. Wholesalers offering the new gTLDs need to charge such amounts to cover their own costs, including the $185,000 (£113,200) application fee they had to pay to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (Icann), a non-profit organisation overseeing the process. 'Monumental' move

The DotShabaka Registry - the Dubai-based business running the ‫ﺷﺑﻛﺔ‬. gTLD - announced that both its own homepage and that of the United Arab Emirates telecoms provider Etisalat had started using its new suffix, at a conference in Dubai. Any other organisation or member of the public will be able to start applying for their own addresses - which can rely solely on Arabic script - through registries including GoDaddy, 101Domain, and Lexsynergy from Tuesday. "It's monumental, in my opinion, because it means the internet finally speaks in Arabic," Yasmin Omer, general manager of the DotShabaka Registry told the BBC. "For a long time we've had Arabic-language content online but you needed to speak English to directly navigate to the sites. "Now, if I'm an internet user that speaks only Arabic, I don't need to rely on search engines or other pools to get to where I want." Other non-Latin script gTLDs expected to launch over the coming days include 游戏, Mandarin for game; сайт, Russian for site; and онлайн, Russian for online. Meanwhile, a wholesaler called Donuts has announced that seven new English-language suffixes will become available from Wednesday. They are: .camera .equipment .estate .gallery .graphics

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