ICANN, You Can...

Friday, August 15, 2008 - 08:58 AM

Paul Twomey, president and CEO of ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), spoke with Brian Lehrer at the Aspen Ideas Festival in July, about their recent decision to offer more top-level domain names.


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hey L!
this podcast explains about the internet registrar process we were talking about the other week.
hope all is going well -- i'll try and reach you by phone this wknd to catchup.

Sep. 05 2008 01:41 PM
Marc Naimark

What an amazingly bad idea (except for those who will cash in on it)! For businesses, they'll have to now protect themselves by registering any number of names (cocacola.soda, cocacola.cocacola, cocacola.pop, etc, etc). There will be a complaints process, but that will just keep the lawyers and admin staff busy.

Aug. 20 2008 05:40 AM
van peele

You guest douglas fief is a BS artist! There was no evidence
of weapons of mass destruction. This was reported to george, but did not want that info. Please put these guys on the spot. I do like your show!
van peele

Aug. 15 2008 10:48 AM

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