.企业

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Status: Proposed
Language: Chinese (Hans/Simplified)
Translates to: enterprise, firm, company
Manager: Donuts
Registry Provider: Demand Media
Type: IDN gTLD
Category: Commerce
Priority #: 81

.企业 is an IDN gTLD being proposed in ICANN's New gTLD Program. The applicant is Donuts (Dash McCook, LLC).[1]

Application Details

Excerpted from applicant response to question #18 in TLD application:

"THE CHINESE CHARACTER STRING FOR .ENTERPRISE This TLD is attractive and useful to end-users as it better facilitates search, self-expression, information sharing and the provision of legitimate goods and services. Along with the other TLDs in the Donuts family, this TLD will provide Internet users with opportunities for online identities and expression that do not currently exist. In doing so, the TLD will introduce significant consumer choice and competition to the Internet namespace – the very purpose of ICANN’s new TLD program.

This TLD is a generic term and its second level names will be attractive to a variety of Internet users. Making this TLD available to a broad audience of registrants is consistent with the competition goals of the New TLD expansion program, and consistent with ICANN’s objective of maximizing Internet participation. Donuts believes in an open Internet and, accordingly, we will encourage inclusiveness in the registration policies for this TLD. In order to avoid harm to legitimate registrants, Donuts will not artificially deny access, on the basis of identity alone (without legal cause), to a TLD that represents a generic form of activity and expression.

Broadly speaking, this TLD reflects the Mandarin word for ENTERPRISE for companies and businesses. It will be very attractive to the organizations that operate businesses worldwide and that cater to millions of diverse Mandarin-speaking individuals. This highly inclusive TLD will be appealing to virtually any registrant worldwide that markets to Mandarin-speaking consumers, and would be operated in a highly secure manner.

DONUTS’ APPROACH TO PROTECTIONS No entity, or group of entities, has exclusive rights to own or register second level names in this TLD. There are superior ways to minimize the potential abuse of second level names, and in this application Donuts will describe and commit to an extensive array of protections against abuse, including protections against the abuse of trademark rights.

We recognize some applicants seek to address harms by constraining access to the registration of second level names. However, we believe attempts to limit abuse by limiting registrant eligibility is unnecessarily restrictive and harms users by denying access to many legitimate registrants. Restrictions on second level domain eligibility would prevent law-abiding individuals and organizations from participating in a space to which they are legitimately connected, and would inhibit the sort of positive innovation we intend to see in this TLD. As detailed throughout this application, we have struck the correct balance between consumer and business safety, and open access to second level names.

By applying our array of protection mechanisms, Donuts will make this TLD a place for Internet users that is far safer than existing TLDs. Donuts will strive to operate this TLD with fewer incidences of fraud and abuse than occur in incumbent TLDs. In addition, Donuts commits to work toward a downward trend in such incidents."[2]

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