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Clement Genty

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== Delegation of ccTLD ==
 
For Genty, the creation of [[Generic top-level domain|gTLD]]<nowiki/>s, combined with the creation of [[Country code top-level domain|ccTLD]]<nowiki/>s, has created a digital economy based on the volume of domain name registrations. Companies, as well as countries, when managing their ccTLDs, have preferred to develop a new source of profits rather than use their TLD to structure the national namespace. The examples, mostly Polynesian, point out that the low development of the Internet in the era of ccTLDs made it possible not to worry about the importance of this digital territory.
 
On the other hand, in France, Genty's country, ccTLD management is still not regulated, some ccTLDs are still not managed by France ([[.GP]], [[.gf|.GF]], [[.MQ]]), or not managed at all ([[.BL]], [[.CP]], [[.FX]], [[.mf|.MF]]).
== Prices of TLD ==
 
Genty is opposed to the tariff liberalisation of [[TLD]]s, proposing a framework, considering that the market and public knowledge are not ready for such fluctuations. He thus protested against the tariff evolution of the [[.ORG]], highlighting the absence of competitors (one registry per TLD) and against the evolution of the [[.INFO]], which he considers to be the first [[gTLD]] for the general public, wanted by [[Jon Postel]] and the [[ICANN]].
== Trust on the Internet ==
 
Genty's research makes it possible to define on the example of medical questions, that the young people classify Internet sites according to their extensions, that in .GOUV.FR, the French equivalent of [[.gov|.GOV]], being the most credible.
 
For Genty, the revamp of the namespace in the trusted zone must be done through a new TLD, either the [[.FX]], reserved but not used, or the .FRANCE. The [[.fr|.FR]] ccTLD is now considered a commercial zone, as has the [[.com|.COM]] since its inception.
== Knowledge of the Internet Governance ==
* Sufficient sustainability: The creation of permissive naming charters and [[ISO 3166]]-1 alpha 2 have created gccTLDs. It is important to remember that some physical territories are hidden behind these TLDs and that it is necessary to question their sustainability: global warming ([[.TV]], Tuvalu), geopolitical evolutions ([[.IO]], British Indian Ocean Territory) or name changes ([[.SZ]], Swaziland),...
* Transferability: Some naming charters have resulted in what Genty has called the right to a name. These domain names are not transferable, thus preventing any transfer. Domain names in [[.GOV]], [[.KP]] or [[.MIL]] are concerned.
 
 
 
For Genty, the creation of [[Generic top-level domain|gTLD]]<nowiki/>s, combined with the creation of [[Country code top-level domain|ccTLD]]<nowiki/>s, has created a digital economy based on the volume of domain name registrations. Companies, as well as countries, when managing their ccTLDs, have preferred to develop a new source of profits rather than use their TLD to structure the national namespace. The examples, mostly Polynesian, point out that the low development of the Internet in the era of ccTLDs made it possible not to worry about the importance of this digital territory.
 
On the other hand, in France, Genty's country, ccTLD management is still not regulated, some ccTLDs are still not managed by France ([[.GP]], [[.gf|.GF]], [[.MQ]]), or not managed at all ([[.BL]], [[.CP]], [[.FX]], [[.mf|.MF]]).
 
For Genty, the revamp of the namespace in the trusted zone must be done through a new TLD, either the .FX, reserved but not used, or the .FRANCE. The [[.fr|.FR]] ccTLD is now considered a commercial zone, as has the [[.com|.COM]] since its inception.
 
Genty's research makes it possible to define on the example of medical questions, that the young people classify Internet sites according to their extensions, that in .GOUV.FR, the French equivalent of [[.gov|.GOV]], being the most credible.
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