21 Apr '12, 6am

Just blogged: TAS down for at least another week #icann #newgtlds #gtld #tas #facepalm

identifying which applicants may have been affected by the technical glitch, and determining who may have been able to see someone else’s data, require extensive analysis of a very large data set. This is a time-consuming task, but it is essential to ensure that all potentially affected applicants are accurately identified and notified. Until that process is complete, we are unable to provide a specific date for reopening the application system. In order to give all applicants notice and an opportunity to review and complete their applications, upon reopening the system we will keep it open for at least five business days. No later than 27 April 2012 we will provide an update on the reopening of the system and the publication of the applied-for new domain names.

Full article: http://domainincite.com/tas-down-for-at-least-another-week/

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