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ICANN Update: August 2014

This month, we look at the latest issues in the Internet governance world, including how registries are raising awareness of their gTLDs and a new investigation by the Federal Trade Commission. Google to Start Recognizing IDNs Google has announced that it has taken steps in order to recognize IDN email addresses in its Gmail and Calendar applications.

August TLD Round-up

Here is our latest overview of news from the domain name universe .EU Continues Solid Growth With Registrations Increasing 2.2% To 3.8m In Q1 The total number of .eu registrations grew by 2.2 percent in Q1 2014 to 3.79 million, according to the latest progress report released by the .eu registry EURid. New Expiry Date For .EU Domain Names From 15 September 2014

NetNames launches online brand protection services for APAC region

NetNames has launched its full suite of brand protection and corporate domain name management services for the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region to help brands protect themselves online in the new Internet age.

New Domain Names Spark Wave of Online Threats

The release of new gTLDs will make it even more important for companies to manage their online assets. All businesses will need to reassess how they are optimizing their web presence in all of these areas whilst also protecting their hard-earned reputation, revenue and Intellectual Property. Our recent Internet2020 report looked into how the new domain names look set to change the Internet and aimed to identify the new online risks for Internet users and brands. A More Dangerous Internet?

ICANN Update: July 2014

This month, we look at the latest issues in the Internet governance world, including fake certificates, confusion among new gTLD registrants and the success of two of the new geographical TLDs - .berlin and .london.Fake Certificates: Domain Suspensions and Confusion Reigns

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