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'''.dental''' is a proposed new [[TLD]] in [[ICANN]]'s [[New gTLD Program]].
 
'''.dental''' is a proposed new [[TLD]] in [[ICANN]]'s [[New gTLD Program]].
  
==Applicant==
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[[Donuts]] (Tin Birch, LLC)- The company has applied for 307 new gTLDs. Applications for each TLD were submitted under different company names. Donuts invested $56 million in just application fees.<ref>
# [[Donuts]] (Tin Birch, LLC)- The company has applied for 307 new gTLDs. Applications for each TLD were submitted under different company names. Donuts invested $56 million in just application fees.<ref>
 
 
[http://www.domainnamenews.com/new-gtlds/donuts-inc-eye-popping-list-of-307-new-top-level-domains/11730 Donuts Inc eye popping list of 307 new top-level domains]</ref>
 
[http://www.domainnamenews.com/new-gtlds/donuts-inc-eye-popping-list-of-307-new-top-level-domains/11730 Donuts Inc eye popping list of 307 new top-level domains]</ref>
  

Revision as of 02:21, 25 November 2012

Status: Proposed
Registry: Donuts[[Category:{{#sub:Donuts|2|-2}}]]
Registry Backend: Donuts[[Category:{{#sub:Donuts|2|-2}} Backend]]
Type: Generic
Category: Health
nTLDStats
Registrations: 8,306
Parked Domains: 3,837
Parked Domain %: 46.2 %
Important Dates
Delegation: 23 April 2014
General Availability: 13 August 2014

More Information: 1}}

.dental is a proposed new TLD in ICANN's New gTLD Program.

Donuts (Tin Birch, LLC)- The company has applied for 307 new gTLDs. Applications for each TLD were submitted under different company names. Donuts invested $56 million in just application fees.[1]


The application was issued a GAC Early Warning from the representative of Australia and GAC Chair, Heather Dryden. The warning system is noted as a strong recommendation on behalf of national governments to the ICANN Board that a given TLD application should be denied as it stands. Applicants are encouraged to work with objecting GAC members.[2] The warning notes that the string refers to a regulated market but the applicant does not have sufficient mechanisms in place to protect consumer harm.[3]

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