26 Feb '14, 6pm

ICANN Publishes Study On Mitigating Risks of DNS Collisions & Opens Comment Period: @gTLDstrategy

We do not find that the addition of new Top Level Domains (TLDs) fundamentally or significantly increases or changes the risks associated with DNS namespace collisions. The modalities, risks, and etiologies of the inevitable DNS namespace collisions in new TLD namespaces will resemble the collisions that already occur routinely in the other parts of the DNS. The addition of multiple new TLDs over the past decade (generic and country code) has not suggested that new failure modalities might exist; rather, the indication is that the failure modalities are similar in all parts of the DNS namespace.

Full article: http://www.thedomains.com/2014/02/26/icann-publishes-stud...

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