Amazon win sets good precedent

In a victory for fairness and rule-based Internet governance, an independent review panel has decided that ICANN was wrong to deny retailing giant Amazon, Inc. the top level domain AMAZON. Key elements of the decision were unanimous, particularly the conclusion that the Board “cannot accept GAC consensus advice as conclusive".

Country: Global

Domains: IG

Tags: gTLDs, .amazon, decision, Internet Governance, ICANN, domain names

Posted on Sunday 23 July 2017

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