In bid for domains, business giants vie for .you
Tech » Big brands are behind hundreds of proposals for new Internet suffixes.
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It will take at least a year or two for ICANN to approve the first of these new suffixes. ICANN will review each proposal to make sure that its financial plan is sound and that contingencies exist in case a company goes out of business. Bidders also must pass criminal background checks.
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