In our last column, we warned of traffic jams and detours ahead for the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers’ (ICANN) New Top-Level Domain Program following, its big reveal of the more than 1,900 generic top-level domain (gTLD) applications it has received. And so it goes. Once again, in what looks dangerously like a developing pattern, ICANN recently published a roadmap for its controversial program.
Where we are now, and where are we going?
How do we get there from here
For now at least, ICANN has designated a roadmap for its process. Companies should develop and implement their own roadmaps for influencing the outcome of any applications that could impact their businesses.