10 Jul '18, 3pm

Digital archery ruled out for next new gTLD round

Digital archery ruled out for next new gTLD round Kevin Murphy , July 10, 2018, 15:14:49 (UTC), Domain Tech The oft-mocked “digital archery” system will not be making a return when ICANN finally starts taking more new gTLD applications. That’s the current thinking of the ICANN community working group looking at subsequent application procedures. Readers with long memories may recall digital archery as a hack for Californian gambling laws that ICANN org pressed for in 2012 as a way to form its 1,930 applications into an orderly queue for processing. The idea was that applicants would fire off a bit of data to an ICANN site at a predetermined time and the applicants whose packets arrived closet to the target time, measured by the millisecond, would receive priority in the queue. It was a bit like drop-catching, and the concept advanced to the stage where companies skilled in...

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