Most governments keep restrictions on country names in new gTLDs

by Kevin Murphy
Just one out of every 10 governments in the ICANN Governmental Advisory Committee is happy for people to register its country name in new gTLDs. That’s according to a new GAC database detailing which countries want to keep tabs on how their names are being used. Out of 80 GAC members contributing to the database, just eight have said registries can sell their country names with no restrictions.Read the full article