Icann Board favours expressions of interest process

Fionn O'Raghallaigh, London


Icann’s Board is likely to approve an expressions of interest (EOI) process for new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) in February

At last week’s meeting, the Icann Board decided that Icann staff should publish the Board’s views on the pros and cons of an EOI process and instructed staff to draw up a proposal on an EOI process model for Board approval at its meeting in February.

The likely introduction of an EOI process will add another three or four months to the time when Icann starts taking applications for gTLDs,...


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