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Going forward TLDs will be identified as either "open" or "community".
 
Going forward TLDs will be identified as either "open" or "community".
 
== Related Articles ==
 
* [[gTLD Application Acceptance Window|Application Acceptance Window]]
 
* [[gTLD Fees|Fee Structure]]
 
* [[gTLD Business Plan|Business Plan]]
 
* [[gTLD Registry Services|Registry Services]]
 
* [[gTLD Community Requirements|Community-based gTLD Requirements]]
 
* [[NeuStar_TLD_Services|Technical/Marketing Plan]]
 
* [[gTLD Dispute Resolution Process|Dispute Resolution and String Contention Process]]
 
* [[gTLD Registry Agreement|Registry Agreement]]
 
* [[GTLD_Predictions_-_The_wisdom_of_the_crowd|Community Predictions]]
 
  
 
== External Links ==
 
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Revision as of 05:13, 20 September 2010

Acronym: Generic Top Level Domains

TLDs with three or more characters are referred to as "Generic" Top Level Domain or gTLDs. Generally speaking, an unsponsored gTLD Registry operates under policies established by the global Internet community directly through the ICANN process. .biz, .com, .info, .name, .net, .org, and .pro are unsponsored TLDs. .Asia is an example of a sponsored TLD.


Going forward TLDs will be identified as either "open" or "community".

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